Emily Jane White is a songwriter, pianist and guitarist from California who released her first album in 2007.
White was raised in the seaside town of Fort Bragg, California. She began experimenting with and creating her singing style in the early 2000s at UC Santa Cruz. White's first musical explorations came as a member of punk and metal bands in college. She later branched off with her own group called Diamond Star Halos. After college and spending time in Bordeaux, France, she moved to San Francisco to perform.
On 2 November 2007, White released her first album, Dark Undercoat, through Double Negative Records. It was released as a limited edition deluxe white vinyl LP in 2008 by Saint Rose Records.
Her second album, entitled Victorian America, was released on 27 April 2010 in the U.S. by Milan Records. Victorian America, was written largely in San Francisco and Oakland.
Her third album is entitled Ode to Sentience. The first single, "Requiem Waltz", first appeared on American Songwriter.
White appears on the song "Seeds" on Lonely Drifter Karen's 2010 album Fall of Spring.
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