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Bonnie McKee is an American singer, songwriter and performer who has a net worth of $30 million. Bonnie McKee was born on January 20, 1984, in Vacaville, California. By age 4, MaKee started singing and fell in love with music. 3 years later at the tender age of 7, she was schooled in ancient piano. She later moved to Seattle, Washington, where she joined the Seattle Girls Choir as the Prime Voci. It was then that she began touring North America and Europe. She recorded two albums with all the choir. There, she spent a week in the studio together with her classmates. Some of the songs she recorded in the studio session ended up as the initial demo for her first EP, including “When It All Comes Down.” Bonnie McKee headed directly into music and from age 15, she was already a songwriter and performing artist in Seattle. She got her break when a pal gave her EP to some popular DJ in la, Nic Harcourt, the host of KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic. After playing her song, “Somebody,” for several weeks, many record labels were combating around for her signature and contract. She ended up signing a contract together with the Reprise Record at age 16. After becoming a paid artist, Bonnie moved to la to begin working on her debut record. In 2004, BonnieMcKee first record, Problem, was released and was met with favorable reviewed and was welcomed by the music community. Bonnie has worked with many artists but notably Katy Perry. With her busy schedule, McKee also found time to learn more about the career of performing and has appeared in a few featured movies and TV series, such as, “August Rush,” “CSI: NY,” and “American Dreams.”.
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|1||Frequent collaborator with Katy Perry.|
|2||Trouble is influenced by Fiona Apple's music.|
|3||Started writing songs when she was 12 years old.|
|4||Started singing when she was about 2 years old.|
|5||She is a Michael Jackson fan.|
|6||Loves Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears.|
|7||All songs on her album Trouble are written by her.|
|1||When I moved to Seattle in fourth grade, I joined the Seattle Girls' Choir. It's a world-class choir, and we competed, toured Europe, and went and sang at the Vatican, so it was a really awesome experience to have that young.|
|2||I think what it means to be an 'American Girl,' and what I wrote the song about, is our freedoms. The idea that we as Americans can be what we want to be and say what we want to say and that we take it for granted.|
|3||I've been singing since I could talk, pretty much. My dad was really musical and taught me how to sing harmonies and got me a karaoke machine with tape decks.|
|4||I like to think of myself as the people's pop star a little bit. I respect Lady Gaga so much, and I love what she does, but she has this kind of mysterious, out-of-reach thing. I'm just not that - as much as I'd love to have that sort of mystique, I think I'm kind of an open book.|
|5||I started writing my own songs from the time I was a little kid. I would write my own lyrics to other people's songs that I heard on the radio and take whatever song and make it about fairies and angels - whatever little girls sing about.|
|6||I was always super, super musical. So my parents recognized that and put me in choirs, piano lessons, and all that.|
|7||There are some artists that don't like working with other females, which is fine. They have their own thing. I personally love being surrounded by other females.|
|8||I've always had a teenage thread running through my music.|
|9||If I know I will be working with someone and they are not keen with writing with a girl, I like to be non-threatening and cool so they will trust me. It's a thought process of who work and how I want to present myself.|
|10||I saw Tina Turner do 'Proud Mary' on TV, and it was so electrifying and such a unique experience. I remember crying out of excitement, and I knew that I wanted to be a performer and make people feel excited and moved, and that's why I gravitated towards it.|
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