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(born September 27, 1974) is an American musician, actress, writer, director, and comedian.
She first came to prominence as a member of the band Excuse 17 before forming the rock trio Sleater-Kinney.
For her senior year, she studied at The Overlake School in Redmond, Washington.
The singer also studied at the Western Washington University in Bellingham.
Vincent are teaming up for another round of comedy—again, at the expense of the music industry.
The project, which doesn’t have a title yet, will be centered around Brownstein and Clark playing “heightened versions of themselves” while dealing with all of the moving pieces of being a musician in 2019, as Collider notes. Other than that, there isn’t much information right now.
In March 2009, Brownstein was contracted to write a book to "describe the dramatically changing dynamic between music fan and performer, from the birth of the i Pod and the death of the record store to the emergence of the 'you be the star' culture of American Idol and the ensuing dilution of rock mystique"; in the short film Fan Mail, the experimental feature Group, and the Miranda July film Getting Stronger Every Day.
The project, which doesn’t have a title yet, will be centered around Brownstein and Clark playing “heightened versions of themselves” while dealing with all of the moving pieces of being a musician in 2019, as Collider notes." data-reactid="22"Carrie Brownstein and Annie Clark of St.
In 2011, Carrie started playing various characters on the sketch comedy show Portlandia.
She wrote a memoir titled Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl that was released on October 27, 2015, via Riverhead Books (publisher).
In 1997, Brownstein graduated from Evergreen with an emphasis on sociolinguistics, While attending Evergreen, Brownstein met fellow students Corin Tucker, Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, and Becca Albee.
With Albee and CJ Phillips, she formed the band Excuse 17, one of the pioneering bands of the riot grrrl movement in the Olympia music scene that played an important role in third-wave feminism.