Biography

This part Malaysian, part Javanese, part Chinese, part Japanese girl grew up in many places. Having parents that went their separate ways kind of toughen her life, therefor singing is her way out of living reality and to compromise her bitter self, she travels with her music. After reaching New York, she knew that it was the place that will be close to her heart, a place she calls home.

She led and sang for a gospel band there and wrote 9 out of 10 songs in their first album before she turned 17. In high school, she played various gigs in the underground scene playing bass for a funk/soul band, while dancing with the high school dance club all over New York City and when she was 18, played drums for an all girl punk/rock band named Skipper. They played venues such as CBGB the home of underground rock, Downtime, Le Bar’s Bat, Continental, Don Hills, and many others until she recently moved back to Indonesia to search more of her family, and herself, and apparently, writing and singing is still her most passionate thing in life. So now her journey continues.

Edited by Jalandy on 17 Mar 2008, 14:05

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