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Emilie Autumn

American musician
Emilie Autumn

Emilie Autumn Liddell (born on September 22, 1979) is an American singer and violinist. She started learning to play the violin when she was four years old.[1] She calls her style Victoriandustrial. It is influenced by the Victorian era. She performs with The Bloody Crumpets.

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Early lifeEdit

Autumn left school when she was nine or ten. She went to Indiana University for two years. She left because the university would not let her wear corsets.

CareerEdit

Autumn released On a Day: Music for Violin & Continuo on her label Traitor Records. In 2000 a book of poetry that she wrote was published.

In 2003 Autumn's first studio album Enchant was released.

In 2006 Opheliac was released by Trisol Music Group GmbH.

In 2007 A Bit o' This & That was released to iTunes. In 2010 The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls was published.

In 2012 Autumn released her third studio album, Fight Like a Girl.

Personal lifeEdit

Autumn has bipolar disorder.[2] She is vegan.

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