Haley Bonar (born 1983, Brandon, Manitoba) is an American singer-songwriter who was raised in Rapid City, South Dakota. She has lived in Duluth and St. Paul, Minnesota. She currently lives in St. Paul. In 2009, she moved to Portland, Oregon, where she spent a year writing songs for her album Golder, which was released April 19, 2011. She plays acoustic guitar, baritone electric guitar, electric guitar and rhodes or wurlitzer organ, either solo or with her Twin Cities-based band, including Jeremy Ylvisaker, Robert Skoro and Jacob Hanson.
In 2003 Bonar's album . . . The Size of Planets (Chairkicker's Union) received favorable reviews in the Twin Cities press. The album spawned the single "Am I Allowed," which was played on college radio stations. Bonar was 20 years old when the album was released, and did a number of tours with Duluth band Low upon its release. She also toured with the likes of MasonЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Haley Bryn Bonar [альбом]
- Lure the Fox EP [макси-сингл]
- The Size of Planets [2003, альбом]
- Lure the Fox [31.10.2006, альбом]
- Big Star [10.06.2008, альбом]
- Golder [19.04.2011, альбом]
- Last War [20.05.2014, альбом]
- Daytrotter Session [13.02.2009]
|Am I Allowed||
|Bad For You||
|Eat For Free||
|If I Had A Rainbow||
|Sing With Me||