PJ Harvey

PJ Harvey

Polly Jean Harvey, MBE (conceived 9 October 1969) known as PJ Harvey, is an English artist, artist lyricist, author, writer, and arranger. Principally known as a vocalist and guitarist, she is additionally capable with an extensive variety of instruments.

Harvey started her profession in 1988 when she joined neighborhood band Automatic Dlamini as a vocalist, guitarist, and saxophone player. The band's frontman, John Parish, would turn into her long haul colleague. In 1991, she shaped an eponymous trio and along these lines started her expert profession. The trio discharged two studio collections, Dry (1992) and Rid of Me (1993) preceding disbanding, after which Harvey proceeded as a performance craftsman. Since 1995, she has discharged a further nine studio collections with coordinated efforts from different performers including John Parish, previous bandmate Rob Ellis, Mick Harvey, and Eric Drew Feldman and has likewise worked broadly with record maker Flood.

Among the honors she has gotten are the 2001 and 2011 Mercury Prize for Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea (2000) and Let England Shake (2011) separately—the main craftsman to have been granted the prize twice—eight Brit Award selections, seven Grammy Award designations and two further Mercury Prize assignments. Moving Stone granted her 1992's Best New Artist and Best Singer Songwriter and 1995's Artist of the Year, and recorded Rid of Me, To Bring You My Love (1995) and Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea on its 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. In 2011, she was granted for Outstanding Contribution To Music at the NME Awards. In June 2013, she was granted a MBE for administrations to music.





























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