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|Birth name||Linda Michelle Rowberry|
|Born||September 9, 1981|
|Genres||Alternative rock, indie rock, dream pop|
|Instruments||Keyboard, vocals, guitar, bass|
|Associated acts||Smashing Pumpkins, Djali Zwan, Spirits in the Sky, The Jimmy Chamberlin Complex, The Shadow Bureau, Bon Harris, Billy Corgan|
Strawberry was signed to Chrysalis Records with a publishing development deal from 2004 to 2006. She performed with Djali Zwan (the second, acoustic incarnation of Corgan's Zwan project), appearing on the soundtrack to the movie Spun; she is the lead singer on the version of "Love to Love" from that soundtrack.
She started her own label called Lovely Chaos Records, on which she released The Lost Record EP in August 2007, and Lip Distortion in 2009.
She has appeared on The Jimmy Chamberlin Complex album Life Begins Again, and on the soundtrack of 2002 movie Spun as well acting as an engineer on Sarah McLachlan's latest record. She has worked with Bjorn Thorsrud, Alan Moulder, Bon Harris. She sang a duet with David Coverdale on his 2001 solo record "Into the Light". She appeared with Billy Corgan on the very last Bozo the Clown Show. She was also active as a production assistant to the Zwan project.
In 2011 she sang a duet with Curt Smith from Tears for Fears for a song by The Shadow Bureau titled "Don't Give Yourself Away", and was responsible for some of the artwork for Peter Murphy's video of "I Spit Roses."
- 2007: The Lost Record
- 2009: Lip Distortion
- Zwan's Mary Star of the Sea
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