Adrienne Pierce

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Adrienne Pierce
Born West Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada
Occupation(s) Musician
Website Adrienne Pierce official site

Adrienne Pierce (born 1968),[1] is a Canadian singer from West Vancouver.[1][2] She has released several albums and EPs. Her songs were featured in Grey's Anatomy, and on Veronica Mars[1] and was released on the original soundtrack for the series. She has also had songs on The Hills, The L Word, The Chris Isaak Show, Army Wives, Greek and Dirt. She is married to fellow musician/songwriter Ari Shine and lives in Los Angeles.

Her second album, Faultline, was released in 2007,[1] her third, Oh Deer in 2010,[2] and her fourth, My Heavens in 2013. In 2015, she and Ari Shine released an eponymous album of their new duo, The Royal Oui.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Small Fires (2004)
  • Faultline (2007)
  • Oh Deer (2010)
  • My Heavens (2013)
  • The Royal Oui (2015) (as part of The Royal Oui)

EPs and Singles[edit]

  • Hors d'Oeuvres EP (2006)
  • Exit (2006)
  • Making Angels (2006)
  • Winter (2008)
  • Spring (2009)
  • Fall (2011)
  • Summer (2011)

Compilations[edit]

  • "Lost and Found" on the Veronica Mars: Original Television Soundtrack
  • "Pocahontas" on Broken Tunes 2 (covers of Neil Young songs, proceeds go the charity). Sirius/Universal
  • "Reaching For Me" on MPress Records New Arrivals 3, 2008

Music Videos[edit]

  • Arizona (directed by William Morrison 2003)
  • Museum (directed by Allison Beda 2010) [3]
  • Arc De Triomphe (directed by Allison Beda 2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "B.C.'s Adrienne Pierce thrives on independence and L.A.". Vancouver Sun. 2012. Retrieved 7 January 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Pierce taking pop into exotic places". North Shore News. August 20, 2010. Retrieved 7 January 2012. 
  3. ^ http://www.mtviggy.com/blog-posts/canadas-adrienne-pierce/

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