O Amanda Palmer
Poet, pianist, exhibitionist, but also the leader of a revolution in the music industry, all thirty-six is Amanda Palmer. Singer, which is zero in the middle of the decade known as half of the punk cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls four years ago quarrel with the record company and went through absolute independence. With the Internet, through social networks such as Twitter, Facebook has established direct contact with their fans and the world proved that great music does not need massive marketing, because he does ad itself.
Amanda Palmer once began as a theater actress and director and theatrical elements penetrated into her musical career, which started in 2000 with the birth of The Dresden Dolls cult. With drummer Brian Viglione released four well received records sorted by genre, dark cabaret aesthetic inspired by the decadent cabaret culture of interwar Germany, but also punk and gothic rock. Since 2008, the band is resting and Amanda Palmer is dedicated to his solo career, which rewrites the rules of the music industry.