Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bree's music is a mixture of rock, pop, and folk. She learned to play guitar by age fifteen. She moved to New York City when she was 17 to study theater at NYU. She eventually returned to music and, while still in college, began writing the songs that led to her 1998 record deal with Trauma Records.
“My songs let me do all of these scandalous and dirty things that I might not do in real life," she said in an interview a few years ago. "’d love to be that cheap and evil girl, with all the sex and danger that goes with it.”
In July 1999, Sharp released her first album, A Cheap and Evil Girl. It received excellent reviews. The album's first single, "David Duchovny," quickly garnered a following both for its musical qualities and its comical references to the actor.
There was an unofficial video of "David Duchovny" produced by Will Shivers and Charles Forsch, production assistants and producers from the set of "The X-Files," that featured a number of celebrities crooning the lyrics. The video was a hit on the internet and was circulated widely in the underground fan community.
Bree's second single was "America," an examination of contemporary American culture.
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In 2001, Sharp left Trauma Records. She released her second album, More B.S., on her own label, Ahimsa Records.In September 2004, Sharp released "Live at Fez," a recording of a May 2003 performance in New York City.
In 2005, Sharp began working as a writer on the Fox Saturday morning anime series Magical DoReMi. She also contributed the song "This Side of Paradise" to the dubbed English version of Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys and "Team Up!" as the opening theme music for the dubbed English version of Tokyo Mew Mew, also known as Mew Mew Power. She also contributed the song "Where the Girls Are" in the 4Kids Entertainment edit of Winx Club.
Her music has also appeared on the TV shows Roswell and Dawson's Creek.
In July 2007, Sharp starred as Leila in Vassar College's Powerhouse Summer Theater workshop production of Pete Townshend's The Boy Who Heard Music, presented as a staged concert reading.
Sharp has teamed with Don DiLego to create a band called Beautiful Small Machines whose first EP is Robots in Love.
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