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Louise Fraser: Bio

You may have heard Louise's songs on the CW, NBC, Lifetime, or MTV.  Or in Jack Black's latest movie, 'Goosebumps'. Or the award winning 'Sharkwater' soundtrack. Or many other projects too numerous to mention.  Classically trained since age 11, Louise has been touring, recording and collaborating since the age of 16.  From her roots as a singer in a successful London teen rock band, and a guitarist in a 27 piece jazz ensemble, she has gone on to develop a solo career and to work with musicians from the Counting Crows and Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, producers like John Fryer (Cocteau Twins, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, etc), Don Smith (Rolling Stones, U2, Tom Petty, Ry Cooder, etc), and composers like Jeff Rona (Phantom, Traffic, Black Hawk Down, Thin Red Line, etc).  Louise has released two solo acoustic CDs to date; 'Ghosttown', and 'Thaw' (2012).  On Thaw, Billboard magazine wrote "An impressive feat... exceptional quality and songwriting craftsmanship." Louise has also released two critically acclaimed electronic EPs from her Muricidae Project (with John Fryer: NiN, Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode, etc), 'Tales from a Silent Ocean' and 'Tears are Stronger Than Waves.' Originally from London, Louise is currently living and recording in Los Angeles. Her voice has been compared to artists ranging from Bjork and Liz Fraser (Cocteau Twins) to Nora Jones and Imogen Heap.