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Alanis Morissette Information
Alanis Morissette was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada. As a child, she began playing piano and writing songs. At the age of ten, she joined the cast of You Cant Do That on Television,
a popular childrens television program. Using money that she earned on the show, Alanis recorded an independent single, "Fate Stay With Me," which was released when she was ten.
After leaving the show, she concentrated on a musical career, signing a music publishing contract when she was just 14 years old. The publishing contract led to a record deal with MCA
Canada. In 1991, she moved to Toronto and released her debut album, titled Alanis.
Alanis was a collection of pop–oriented dance numbers and ballads that was successful in Canada, selling over 100,000 copies, and leading to a Juno Award for Most Promising Female Artist.
Alanis relocated to Los Angeles, where she met Glen Ballard in early 1994. Glen Ballard had previously written Michael Jacksons hit "Man in the Mirror," produced Wilson Phillips hit
debut album, and worked with David Hasselhoff. Despite the duos mainstream pop pedigree, they decided to pursue an edgier, alternative rock–oriented direction. The result was Jagged
Little Pill, which was released on Maverick Records.
Following the release of Now Is the Time, on the strength of the single "You Oughta Know," Jagged Little Pill gained attention upon its release in the summer of 1995. Soon, the single
received heavy airplay from both alternative radio and MTV, sending the album into the Top Ten and multi–platinum status. The second and third singles from Jagged Little Pill, "Hand in
My Pocket" and "All I Really Want," kept the album in the Top Ten on the charts. She did an 18–month world tour between 1995 and 1996 that started in clubs and ended in arenas.
In early 1996, she was nominated for six Grammys. Shortly after the nominations, Alanis released her fourth single, "Ironic," which proved to be her biggest crossover record to date.
Alanis won several Grammy awards in 1996, including Album of the Year and Song of the Year. Her much–anticipated follow–up, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie, was released in the
autumn of 1998. Alanis produced her MTV Unplugged album a year later by re–working her material and introducing some unreleased work before a live audience at New Yorks Brooklyn
Academy of Music. Alanis has kept busy playing for various benefits over the years.
Alanis has transformed herself into a confessional alternative expressive singer/songwriter and performer, isnt it ironic dont you think?