Neko Case Biography
Birthday: September 8, 1970 (Virgo)
Born In: Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Neko Case is an American singer-songwriter. Better known as a member of the Canadian Indie rock group, 'The New Pornographers', Neko Case has built a career with her distinctive style and musical versatility. She is famous for her characteristic voice that appears rugged and evoking. Though she didn’t belong to a musical family, she showed her musical ability from a very young age. Initially, she identified herself as a local punk rock girl and became a member of a band. She also exhibited her talent in playing drums in several local bands such as, the Del Logs, the Propanes, the Weasels, Cub, and Maow. Gradually, she went on to create her solo album with a collection of originals and covers and also dabbled in popular genres like country music. Thereafter, she recorded her famous album, 'Furnace Room Lullaby' with a band that gained fame as 'Neko Case & Her Boyfriends'. Soon, Case learned to play a four-string guitar and was successful in releasing a live recording with the guitarist, Carolyn Mark under the signature, ‘The Corn Sisters’. Eventually, she started writing songs for her albums which gained great popularity.