Vocalist/songwriter Sierra Swan’s tone of voice can easily end up being set alongside the smoldering vocal richness of Linda Perry, P!nk, and Fiona Apple. Because the girl of guitarist Billy Swan, she and her sister World followed within their father’s footsteps and discovered the trade of carrying out in early stages. Sierra performed at various espresso houses as an adolescent and got a residency at Goldfinger’s in Hollywood at 18. In 1997, she and fellow Scotsman Graham Edwards (bass) shaped the digital pop work Dollshead. The duo released Frozen Charlotte in 1998 before becoming fallen by MCA. Swan’s innovative aspirations had been still undamaged; she added vocals to Cold’s 13 Methods to Bleed on Stage and Yr from the Spider albums and collaborated using the Neptunes’ Chad Hugo before putting your signature on a solo cope with Atlantic. While composing and recording materials on her behalf debut recording, Sierra’s mother got ill and passed on. It wasn’t a long time before Swan once more found herself with out a label. An opportunity ending up in songwriter Linda Perry got items back on the right track; throughout 2005 both wrote and documented material on her behalf first proper recording, and Ladyland premiered on Interscope in springtime 2006. The recording featured visitor vocals by Aimee Mann and extra production function by Expenses Bottrell (Sheryl Crow, Elton John). Swan adopted that recording with an EP launch in 2007 entitled Coward, in addition to issuing digital albums, including 2008’s Queen from the Valley and 2009’s Woman Who Cried Wolf. In 2014 she came back with Great Soldier, an record made by Smashing Pumpkins main character Billy Corgan and blended by Bjorn Thorsrud.
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|Hiding in Freedom||2016||Short|
|Fan Wars||2012||TV Series 9 episodes|
|Sierra Swan: Emotional||2014||Video short||Marionette|
|Who Am I?||2010||Short|
|The Double||2005||Short||Flight Attendant|
|Space Chimps||2008||performer: "Do You Want To Rock"|
|The Jackal||1997||writer: "It's Over, It's Under"|
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