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BIRTHDAY: June 14, 1971
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BIGGEST SINGLE: "Kiss The Rain" (1998)
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BIGGEST LP: Growing Pains (1997)
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GRAMMY AWARDS: 0

 
TIMELINE

Billie Myersbutton.gif (123 bytes) Billie Myers was born on June 14, 1971, in Coventry, England. A childhood that encompassed poetry, culture and music led Billie eventually to a music career (after brief stints as a nurse and insurance agent).

1997...

button.gif (123 bytes) Billie's musical break came after being spotted dancing at a club by a producer, which eventually resulted in a contract with Universal Records.

November
Billie Myers - Growing Painsbutton.gif (123 bytes) Billie released her debut LP, Growing Pains.

1998... # 20 Singles Artist of the Year

January
button.gif (123 bytes) Billie hit the Top 40 with "Kiss The Rain." The single was co-written by Eric Bazilian of The Hooters.

February
button.gif (123 bytes) Billie hit the Top 10 with "Kiss The Rain."

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Billie hit the Top 40 with "Tell Me."

June
Billie Myers - Vertigobutton.gif (123 bytes) Billie toured as part of the Lilith Fair package tour.

2000...

June
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2001...

Billie split from Universal Records.



LPs
Billie Myers - Growing Pains Growing Pains
Released: November, 1997
Billboard peak: # 91
Tracks: "Kiss The Rain" - "Few Words Too Many" - "Tell Me" - "You Send Me Flying" - "Please Don't Shout" - "First Time" - "Mother, Daughter, Sister, Lover" - "Shark And The Mermaid" - "Having Trouble With The Language" - "Opposites Attract" - "Much Change Too Soon"
Billie Myers - Vertigo Vertigo
Released: June, 2000
Tracks: "Am I Here Yet? (Returned To Sender)" - "Should I Call You Jesus?" - "Vertigo" - "Without My Consent" - "Room Full Of View" - "Flexible" - "Where Romeo Never Dies" - "Never Let Them See You Cry" - "Roll Over Beethoven" - "Afraid Of Spiders" - "Bitter Fruit (Dead Weight)"
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