Brett Anderson (American musician)
|Birth name||Brett Elizabeth Anderson|
|Born||May 30, 1979|
|Origin||Bloomington, Indiana, United States|
|Labels||Lookout!, Atlantic, Purple Feather |
|Associated acts||The Donnas|
Anderson was born on May 30, 1979, in Bloomington, Indiana. She moved to Palo Alto, California in the 7th grade. She met future bandmates Torry Castellano, Maya Ford and Allison Robertson in junior high school. They formed a band in 8th grade called Ragady Anne, later calling themselves The Electrocutes at Palo Alto High School.
Anderson appeared on the album Brats on the Beat: Ramones for Kids singing "California Sun". Anderson is featured in the songs "Party Til We Die" by The Leftovers, "Hey There Ophelia" by MC Lars, and "Who's to Blame" and "My War" by Sugar Knives and has performed with Camp Freddy. Since The Donnas' hiatus in 2012 Anderson has begun singing in a few different bands under the names Born Angry, Alpha Beta and The Stripminers. In 2014, Anderson co-wrote and recorded soundtracks for Fitbit's "It's All Fit" campaign and the "Nissan Versa In Motion" commercial. Anderson also co-wrote and performed the music in the trailer for Edward Hemingway's "Bad Apple's Perfect Day".
Anderson appeared on Ken Reid's TV Guidance Counselor podcast on June 1, 2016.
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- "Brett Anderson". IMDb. Retrieved 2016-03-21.
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- "Argonaut Launches 'It's All Fit' for Fitbit". www.adweek.com. Retrieved 2016-08-28.
- Schu, Mr (2013-11-08). "Watch. Connect. Read.: Author-illustrator Edward Hemingway". Watch. Connect. Read. Retrieved 2016-08-28.
- The Donnas’ official website
- Brett Anderson on IMDb
- Billboard Magazine Article: "Why Girl Groups Rule: The Donnas' Brett Anderson On Why 'Being a Girl' Isn't A Genre"