Australian singer/songwriter Sandrine 1st performed for the members of her minister father’s church congregation when she was a kid. When she was six, the family members relocated through the Sydney region to New Zealand and became a journeying Christian group known as the Cornerstone Family members. By enough time she was 15, Sandrine chose she wanted even more independence and still left the house to reside in a truck in the back garden. While she was functioning being a waitress, cafe patrons presented her to secular music — until that point, she hadn’t had the opportunity to hear it — with one of these delivering her a duplicate of the Moving Stones record Sticky Fingers. Motivated, she began composing songs and still left home immediately after, picking right up a electric guitar (because of its portability) on the way. After settling in Sydney, she composed her first record, Trigger, that was released in 2003. Her function caught the interest of music brands in america, in adition to that of Kiss superstar Gene Simmons, who insisted on conference Sandrine when he was around. However, she shortly grew disappointed with media insurance that portrayed her being a produced pop superstar and chose that her second record would be created outside Australia. After sending demos to several American companies, she chose that Malcolm Burn off would be the individual suitable for the work. The two done materials for the record at Burn’s home studio room near Woodstock, NY. Dark Fades in to the Light, Sandrine’s second record and her U.S. debut, premiered in 2006.