While growing up in a musical household with parents and siblings who are all musicians (her father, a classical guitar virtuoso studied with Andres Segovia), Brooklyn based Linda Draper listened to everything from Bach to “Bop” from an early age, soon moving on to the church choir. she started writing her own songs on the guitar when she was 15 years old. In 2001 Draper recorded her debut LP "Ricochet" with producer/indie music icon Kramer (Low, Galaxie 500, Urge Overkill, Lou Reed). Their partnership continued with her next three LP's: 2002's "Snow White Trash Girl," 2003's "Patchwork," and her debut LP with Planting Seeds Records, "One Two Three Four" met rave reviews. In 2007 she co-produced her next LP "Keepsake" with Major Matt (Olive Juice Music) and In 2009, Draper returned with her sixth LP (Planting Seeds Records), called "Bridge and Tunnel" which was produced by Brad Albetta (Martha Wainwright, Teddy Thompson).