Sarabeth Tucek

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Sarabeth Tucek - Interview with Lauren Laverne

American singer-songwriter Sarabeth Tucek joined Lauren - hear clips of her session tracks and the full interview.

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Biography

Sarabeth Tucek is an American singer and songwriter. Her self-titled first album was released in 2007, with a second album Get Well Soon in 2011.

She was born in Miami, Florida, and grew up in Manhattan, New York before moving to Westfield, New Jersey as a teenager. She graduated from Westfield High School. She initially intended a career in acting, only starting to play guitar and write songs after meeting Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre. After moving to Los Angeles, she made her recording debut in 2003 as background vocalist on a Bill Callahan-produced album, Goodbye Little Doll by EZT (aka Colin Michael Gagon), and on Callahan's own album as (Smog), Supper. One of her earliest live performances is featured in the 2004 rockumentary Dig!, which chronicled the relationship between The Dandy Warhols and the Brian Jonestown Massacre. She also contributed material to Newcombe's 2005 EP release, We Are the Radio. One of Sarabeth's songs on that EP, "Seer," would later be retitled and released in 2006 on the British label Sonic Cathedral Recordings as Tucek's debut single, "Something for You".

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Get Well Soon

    Get Well Soon 2011

    Reviewed by Ian Wade
    US singer’s tragedy-tainted second album could prove to be a timeless wonder.