Singer-songwriter who is widely known for her time as part of the pop-folk duo The Weepies. She formed the group with Steve Tannen in 2001 after being a fan of his solo work, and in 2015, had their fifth studio album Sirens released while she battled breast cancer.
She graduated from Brown University where she was a member of the US' oldest female acapella troupe The Chattercocks. She then moved to Portland, Oregon where she began her music career.
Her fourth full-length The Weepies album Be My Thrill debuted at #34 on the US Billboard Top 200 chart. Her solo single "Forgiven" was played over the closing credits of the 2001 film Lovely & Amazing.
She married her bandmate Steve Tannen in 2007. She shares three kids with him.
She collaborated with Mandy Moore on her 2007 album Wild Hope, on which she wrote and provided back-up vocals for various tracks.