The Murmurs were an American alternative pop music duo composed of singers/songwriters Leisha Hailey and Heather Grody. They began performing in 1991 while the duo were both students of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. With their self-released, debut album, Who We Are, the duo quickly attracted a cult following on the East Village club circuit. In 1994, The Murmurs signed with MCA Records. They released their self-titled LP the same year. The duo expanded into a four-woman group in 1997 with the addition of bassist Sheri Ozeki and drummer Sherri Solinger. They released Pristine Smut in 1997 and, a year later, Blender.
Hailey and Grody rejoined in 2001 as a new band entitled Gush. But the band Gush later split up due to Hailey's busy acting schedule.
In 2007 Leisha Hailey started another band called Uh Huh Her with Camila Grey and Alicia Warrington.
As of now Uh Huh Her consists of Leisha Hailey and Camila Grey.
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