Hope Sandoval Biography
(Lead Singer of 'Mazzy Star' and 'Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions')
Birthday: June 24, 1966 (Cancer)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Hope Sandoval is an American singer-songwriter best known for being the lead singer of the bands Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions and Mazzy Star. With the latter, she has released a number of albums including ‘Among My Swan,’ ‘She Hangs Brightly’ and ‘Seasons of your Day.’ She has also collaborated and toured with several artistes including The Chemical Brothers, Richard X, Le Volume Courbe, The Jesus & Mary Chain and Death in Vegas, to name a few. Born in East Los Angeles, California, Sandoval grew up in a Mexican American family. She kicked off her career in 1986 with a folk band, Going Home, before joining Mazzy Star. Besides being the lead singer, she also writes lyrics for Mazzy Star. A very private and shy person, Sandoval hardly interacts with the audience while on the stage yet she manages to impress them with her extraordinary performances.