A charming folksinger, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist (using your guitar, bass, harmonica, ukulele, and also kazoo every once in awhile), Priscilla Ahn grew up in rural Bernville, Pa. She began playing electric guitar at age 14 and performed in choirs and musical productions throughout senior high school. Pursuing graduation, the burgeoning songwriter started playing open up mikes in Philadelphia, NY, and NJ while keeping her house in Bernville. Generating up to 80 miles for each present proved tiresome, nevertheless, and Ahn shortly transferred to L.A., where she became close friends with fellow musician Joshua Radin after writing a expenses with him in the Resort Café. Radin quickly authorized with Columbia Information and enlisted Ahn to tour with her, although she required period off to record a self-titled EP with suppliers Joey Waronker and Gus Seyffert. In 2007, Ahn performed a display in NEW YORK for Blue Notice Information and was quickly authorized to the label. Blue Notice released her full-length debut, AN EXCELLENT Day (also made by Waronker and Seyfrett), the next June, and Ahn toured the united states — this time around like a headliner — while many songs from AN EXCELLENT Day worked well their method into shows of Grey’s Anatomy, Ghost Whisperer, along with other Television shows. After adding songs to many compilations, like the Frank Sinatra tribute His Method, Our Method, Ahn began concentrating on her second record. Songwriting periods with Inara George, Sia Furler, Eleni Mandell, and Charlie Wadhams helped steer the music’s seductive, whimsical path, and Ethan Johns registered to create what ultimately became 2011’s IF YOU Grow Up.