In 2007, From released a single featuring a cover of R.E.M.'s "Fall on Me" as well as an acoustic version of its song "American Girl." Later that year, Brunn relocated to Stockholm, Sweden, where she recruited musicians for a live band. In 2008, she moved back to Beverly Hills, where she completed The Band From's first full length album. Brunn grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel, attended high school in Beverly Hills, and graduated Harvard University with a major in economics. After college, she launched a line of high end handbags that sold in exclusive shops around the world and appeared in top fashion magazines, including Vogue, InStyle, and Marie Claire. In 2002, she created Math-Club, an organization that puts on recreational math events as documented in Time Magazine, Wired, and NPR.
In her work as a web developer, she created sites for Ringo Starr and Justin Timberlake. She is a self taught musician who writes, performs, and produces all the tracks for The Band From. www.thebandfrom.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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