Sequoyah Songstress Turned Star, Bridgers Styles Singular Sound

Photo courtesy Nik Freitas Phoebe Bridgers, a Sequoyah School alumna, has reached star status, dropping her second album, “Better Oblivion Community Center,” this week.
Photo courtesy Nik Freitas
Phoebe Bridgers, a Sequoyah School alumna, has reached star status, dropping her second album, “Better Oblivion Community Center,” this week.

For someone so young, Phoebe Bridgers has been working at music a long time, pretty much since she picked up a kid-sized guitar at age 10 while a student at Sequoyah School.
Now a mere 24, the Pasadena native has become a bona fide rock star who this week dropped her second album, “Better Oblivion Community Center,” a collaboration with Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes fame) on the Dead Oceans label. The band, named the same as the album, was scheduled to make its first appearance on CBS’ “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on Wednesday night. Continue reading “Sequoyah Songstress Turned Star, Bridgers Styles Singular Sound”