Released the album Divers.
Appeared in and narrated the Paul Thomas Anderson film "Inherent Vice."
Performed on the TV series "Austin City Limits."
Released her third studio album Have One On Me.
Performed two hours of new material at an unannounced concert at Big Sur.
Released her sophomore album Ys.
Released her debut album The Milk-Eyed Mender.
Signed to the label Drag City.
Recorded the demo EPs Walnut Whales and Yarn and Glue.
Popular songs include "Leaving The City" and "Good Intentions Paving Company".
Known for such albums as "The Milk-Eyed Mender" and "Ys"
First expressed an interest in playing the harp at age five, but the instructor felt she should learn piano first. She complied and became skilled at both piano and harp.
Was not allowed to watch television or listen to the radio during her childhood.
Grew up around music, as her father played the guitar and her mother played the hammer dulcimer, the autoharp, and the conga drums.
Began learning harp on smaller Celtic harps before her parents gave her her first full sized pedal harp when she was in seventh grade.
Played with the freak folk band The Pleased early on.
Appears in the MGMT music video for "Kids."