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Amanda Palmer Biography
The idea was a simple one: songs for the piano and voice, recorded in one week in a bedroom, just to get them down on tape. But like all things surrounding The Dresden Dolls' Amanda Palmer a one-woman machine who is a rock musician, artist, writer, yoga enthusiast, political activist and more simplicity is not an easy thing to come by. Her small idea snowballed into something grand, exciting and nothing short of brilliant in the form of her debut solo album, Who Killed Amanda Palmer.
Born and raised in the Boston, simple has never been a way to describe Amanda Palmer's undeniable talent and passion for creating art. With years of theater and performance art studies under her belt, Palmer has always sought to merge the worlds of rock music, theater and performance art...even when it's meant biting off more than she can conceivably chew (Palmer, never one to shy from a challenge, always finds a way to get it done, and to do it well). Post-college, she was notorious around Boston as a living statue street performer, art-party impresario and DIY theater director. And, occasionally, a piano-bashing singer-songwriter, setting up shop in small galleries and friends' parties and sharing what would eventually become the first batch of songs for The Dresden Dolls.