Veda Hille (born August 11, 1968) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, keyboardist and tenor guitar player from Vancouver, British Columbia. She writes songs about love and tragedy, as well as about topical British Columbia subjects. As well as solo work, she has taken part in many musical collaborations, and has organized two recording projects, Duplex! and The Fits.
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Veda Hille was born in 1968 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She started playing piano when she was 6 at her own insistence. Her family moved around a lot, from the city to the country and back again. Veda ran around in the woods and the streets, practiced piano, read books and used her Junior Scientist Microscope. First she played classical music. Then came pop music, and a few years of jazz.
Veda Hille plays a Steinway CB221 from Remenyi House of Music, Toronto. Distributed by Page Music Distribution Inc. Artist Biography by Amanda Nusbaum. Veda Hille can put the world into words – she is one of the most poetic women in music in the late 1990s, and she is a feminist with a message. Her musical influences include Glenn Gould, the Rheostatics, Thelonius Monk, Robin Holcomb and writer Annie Dillard. Spine, her second full-length album (her first released in the United States) is a compelling span of the senses. Rarely does one find a contemporary female artist willing and able to take the risks that Hille takes in each of this album’s 11 tracks. On Spine, Hille moves effortlessly from solemn piano dirges to arresting, rhythmically challenging rockers; she slips in a refreshing spoken-word piece that is unlike anything her mainstream colleagues are producing.
Album This Riot Life. The trees, the trees Stern majesties I rely upon you Hang my reliance on you On your arms Your limbs Strike me as I'm driving While my Justin is flying o'er the sea The sea I support the monarchy Queen is salt And water I apply to be your daughter I love the beach Your shore Sand and then the highway.