Joan as Policewoman
Joan Wasser (b. July 26, 1970) is a violinist, guitarist and singer-songwriter in the indie rock world. She began her career playing violin with the Dambuilders. She has released three albums as a singer songwriter: the 2006 Real Life, the 2008 To Survive and the 2011 The Deep Field. Her resume includes live performances and studio work with Lou Reed, John Cale, Tanya Donelly, Sheryl Crow, Sparklehorse, Dave Gahan, Elton John, the Scissor Sisters, Antony and the Johnsons, Guillemots, Joseph Arthur, Rufus Wainwright, Fan Modine and Lloyd Cole. Biography: Born in Biddeford, Maine, Wasser was raised in Norwalk, Connecticut, with a younger brother, Dan. She began piano lessons at age six, before starting her first violin lessons at age eight. Wasser played violin in school and community orchestras before leaving Norwalk for her college studies. Wasser began her career during her studies at Boston University where she was an early admittance student studying with the renowned Yuri...
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