Brie Larson Biography
What would you get if you crossed Pink with Edie Brickell? If its pop music's hottest new artist Brie Larson then you're right! Singing her own songs for as long as she can remember, Brie started her professional career at age 7 and picked up her first guitar at age 12 on the set of her first television show -- where she scored free lessons from a series regular and also learned that you don't buy a guitar just because it's pretty.
Growing up on California film sets, Brie realized at an early age that she wanted to be a performer. Having the opportunity to star in Disney Channel's most watched original movie "Right on Track," the WB's "Raising Dad," and MGM's feature film, "Sleepover," Brie learned that she was heading in the right direction. But her pursuit of a musical career was really infused by her love for musical theater and was further cultivated by collecting vintage vinyl and attending massive amounts of rock concerts! With every live performance she consumed, she would go home late and scribble down lyrics to join a melody the following morning.
Larson's infectious debut Finally Out Of PE is based on her personal experiences and her prolific lyrics are written well beyond her 15 years. Whether it's the break up power ballad, as documented in the song "Go", or the self-doubtful, "Ugly", a lyrically haunting song about insecurities; there is a story for everyone. Brie also shows a feisty, whimsical side in "She Shall Remain Nameless," a power pop anthem about a competitive girl, "Loser in Me," a homage to the slacker in everyone, as well as the title track, "Finally Out of PE," the anthem to all of those who despised gym class.
Brie recently partnered with Mattel to produce "Hope Has Wings," the beautiful end credit track in the direct-to-DVD princess movie "Barbie™ and The Magic of Pegasus." A lifelong Barbie® fan, Brie's lyrical voice whisks girls away on a magical journey, and a music video featuring Brie performing "Hope Has Wings" appears as a bonus feature on the DVD.
Brie will also make another transition back to the silver screen with her first lead role in "Hoot," the motion picture adaptation of Carl Hiaasen's Newbery Honor-winning family bestseller. Brie will star alongside Logan Lerman ("WB's "Jack & Bobby," "The Patriot) and Luke Wilson ("The Royal Tenenbaums," "Old School," "My Dog Skip") also toplines the cast which will hit theatres this Spring.
Brie's expansive musical influences run the gamut from the likes of Carole King and Edie Brickell to the new sounds of The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs', The White Stripes, and Modest Mouse. Her album was produced by a stellar line up of producers that include David Frank, Ric Wake, Alex Cantrell with Soulshock and Karlin, and Peter Zizzo.
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