About One-Eyed Doll
One-Eyed Doll is the Austin, Texas based rock and roll band led by guitarist and singer Kimberly Freeman.
Freeman’s wild stage antics, theatrical presentation, tough guitar chops and acrobatic moves have earned her unprecedented recognition in the world’s live music capital. Several National tours have imprinted the group’s mark on the United States and Central America. Plans for International tours this season will bring One-Eyed Doll to Europe, The Far East, Canada and more.
The group is backed by bassist PJ Evans: AKA “NUMBER THREE” and drummer Jason Rufuss Sewell, AKA “NUMBER THREE JUNIOR”.
Previously a career movie actor, Three joined shortly after the production of the January 2007 release, “Hole”. Sewell is a new addition, having been with the band in the studio since 2006 as Kimberly’s career-long record producer and friend.
From 2007 to 2008 with the release of the debut album, Freeman’s small community cult following exploded into a global fan base, setting a new standard for the modern independent guerrilla DIY business structure.
One-Eyed Doll released their most prolific and decidedly popular work to date, “Monster” in November 2008, once again under the precise hand of veteran producer [and now drummer] Jason Rufuss Sewell. The new album debuts, to the triumph of their inherently eccentric and diverse following, Kimberly’s signature dark, heavy hits, “Fight” and “Monster”, blending seamlessly with radio pop style ballads like “Brief Candle” and “Pretty Song”.
A third album is in the works at Nebulost Productions in Austin alongside several solo albums by Freeman, scheduled to be released in 2010.
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