Breanne Düren

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Breanne Elizabeth Dürenberger (born October 9, 1987), better known by her stage name Breanne Düren, is an American musician best known for her work with electronic music project Owl City and her own solo work.

Breanne Düren was born on October 9, 1987. Her parents were Jill and Louis Dürenberger. She has two sisters, Thuressa Dürenberger and Celesta Bork, and a brother, Caleb Dürenberger. She also has two nieces, Olivia and Isabella.

As a child, Düren's parents put her in vocal lessons because she was always singing. She also took piano and dance lessons. She attended Apple Valley High School.

During college, a friend suggested that she would be perfect to work with Adam Young of Owl City. She is featured in a duet in the songs "The Saltwater Room" (on both Maybe I'm Dreaming and Ocean Eyes), "The Tip Of the Iceberg", and "Honey And The Bee" and sings background vocals in "On The Wing" and "Air Traffic". She also plays the keyboard and provides backing vocals for Owl City on his tours. While touring with Owl City in 2012, Düren filled-in for Carly Rae Jepsen on the live version of "Good Time." She also provides backing vocals in "Silhouettes", a song by Swimming with Dolphins which Young was previously a member of.

Breanne sings background vocals in Jamestown Story's version of "Take Me Home Tonight" by Eddie Money. She also sings background vocals in their song "Summer" from their album "Love vs. Life".

Düren wrote the songs on her EP "Sparks" while on tour. It was released by her own record label, dürendüren records, on May 3, 2011. Songs included her first single "Gold Mine", "No One Else", and "Daydreams". Rick Florino of artistdirect gave the EP "5/5 stars".

This page was last edited on 22 May 2018, at 11:55.
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