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American singer-songwriter and musician best known for his work with 'Bright Eyes', and also associated with Desaparecidos, Norman Bailer (The Faint), Commander Venus, Park Ave., Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, and Monsters of Folk.
As the frontwoman of beloved indie-rock band Rilo Kiley, Jenny Lewis began singing songs of love, heartbreak and aging in 1998.
As she came of age, she grew disenchanted with acting and turned to music, forming the indie rock band Rilo Kiley with Blake Sennett in 1998.
Her work with Rilo Kiley drew upon the seediness of her native San Fernando Valley and nearby Hollywood, but she began to expand her horizons when she released a country-tinged solo debut called Rabbit Fur Coat in 2006.
Well, the Watson Twins were living in Silver Lake at the time, a couple blocks from my apartment.
They were friends with Blake Sennett of Rilo Kiley, and they actually sang on a really early Rilo Kiley B-side.
So to revisit those feelings in the record and the songs is pretty trippy. Any one of those lines makes me feel a little embarrassed.
I never set out to be a solo artist You've always sung about really relatable things like hating yourself in the morning after a one-night stand ("Melt Your Heart") or growing older as just another lady without a baby ("Just One Of the Guys"). But when I meet people, it all seems like it's sort of meant to be.
I didn't really have a plan, I just went over to their place, played them my songs and it was just meant to be.
Greeted by positive reviews and a major media push, Rabbit Fur Coat overshadowed all previous Rilo Kiley albums, but it also wound up giving a boost to the band's 2007 album, Under the Blacklight.
Released on Warner proper, Under the Blacklight was Rilo Kiley's most successful record -- it wound up peaking at 22 on Billboard's Top 200 -- but the band splintered soon after its release.
Before she was ten years old, she appeared in a number of major commercials, and she wound up cast in Lucille Ball's 1986 sitcom Life with Lucy.
Guest spots in a variety of sitcoms followed in the next few years, culminating with prominent roles in two 1989 films: The Wizard and Troop Beverly Hills.