Bree Sharp... A Cheap and Evil Girl
"But she that liveth in pleasure is dead while she liveth." —1st Timothy 5:6
"A foolish woman is clamourous: she is simple, and knoweth nothing." —Proverb 9:13
Please understand that I don't condemn anyone, for the Bible condemns all of us as guilty, dirty, rotten, hell-deserving sinners. My salvation solely rests in Christ's righteousness, because of the precious blood that He gave for our sins. My intention is not to be unkind; but rather, to contend for the Christian faith. I don't expose people for their personal sin; but rather, for their unbiblical teachings and detrimental influence on society. Ephesians 5:11 instructs Christian believers to "have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them."
It is sad that teenagers across the world are being influenced by such a foolish woman as Bree Sharp. How could anyone take pride is labeling them self as "cheap and evil"? Truly, Satan is the god of this world (2nd Corinthians 4:4). How much longer can America continue to glorify sin and commit abominations against God? It isn't surprising that godless homosexuals and whoremongers have promoted someone as raunchy as Miss Sharp. According to her official website...
It also shouldn't be surprising that Bree Sharp's demonic music has been featured in the hell-spawned series CHARMED on TV. It's not just the Sodomites coming out of the closet folks, it's ever degenerate and wicked abomination imaginable. Witchcraft and homosexuality are evil. Bree Sharp blatantly prides herself in being evil. The Bible says that fools make a mock at sin...
"Fools make a mock at sin: but among the righteous there is favour." —Proverb 14:9
The Lord Jesus Christ is a holy God, and He will not approve of ANY sin. We must repent as a nation and turn to God for forgiveness and salvation. Oh how foolish is this sin-loving generation, so void of God and truth. The average person is woefully ignorant of the Word of God. I do not judge anyone, the Word of God has already condemned all humanity to death and the Lake of Fire. Only through the sin-cleansing blood of Jesus Christ can anyone be saved. I have received the Lord Jesus Christ as my Savior. I ask that you please do to the same if you never have.
Who is Bree Sharp?
A Cheap And Evil Girl according to her album cover, the galvanizing debut from 23-year-old, singer-songwriter BREE SHARP, is a smart, fearless mix of folk, rock and pop.
BREE has long been influenced by singer-songwriters ranging from Elvis Costello to Bob Dylan and Patti Smith to Patty Griffin, and is interested in songs that are clever and atmospheric. Comparable wit, wisdom and nerve can be found in every track on A Cheap and Evil Girl.
"I started playing guitar when I was fifteen," says BREE. "I would hang out and play music with friends in high school, and I remember them saying things like, 'You've got a really good voice’, but mostly I didn’t pay attention to it." After much prodding from her friends in college, BREE recorded demos that quickly led to her deal with Trauma.
Born in Philadelphia, BREE grew up wanting to be an actor. She moved to New York to attend NYU to study at a theatre company run by acclaimed playwright David Mamet. It was in New York that she ran headlong into her true calling.
Songs like the sultry, Russ Meyer-inspired "Faster, Faster" ("Faster, faster I’m a trashy motorcycle beauty/The road is all I’ve ever known/Faster faster, I'm the star in this disaster movie/And in the end I ride alone") showcase her flair for both lyricism and drama. "In writing my songs, I get to put on different masks and outfits and be another person," says BREE. "
A lot of the songs come from who I am, but some come from the blurring edges between fantasy and reality. I'd love to ride a bike in the desert, seduce men and steal their money, like I sing about in 'Faster, Faster’; my songs let me do all of these scandalous and dirty things that I might not do in real life. Music is a great venue for expression as an outlet or an escape."
The ironic and pointed "America" ("I embrace your legacy-the models and the apathy/I know the late night network commonwealth is there to help me help myself") further addresses our media-driven culture.
"’The Cheap and Evil Girl’ is definitely one of my fantasies," says BREE. "The title was inspired by pulp fiction post cards I found in a novelty store," she reveals.
The dramatic copy from those books are appealing to me. I'd love to be that cheap and evil girl, with all the sex and danger that goes with it." That's not to say that the album doesn't have its share of soul-baringly intimate songs. Searingly honest tracks like "Walk Away" and "Smitten" ("Good intentions, true regret/Can not eclipse love's desperation") are achingly true to life.
"Those are very real songs, and they're very personal. 'David Duchovny' is personal too, but there are other layers to it. It is about David Duchovny specifically, but in a larger in sense, it’s also about pop stars in general and our desires to meet them, know them and be them.
"I’m writing three-minute pop songs," explains BREE. "But I want to do something that makes you think that’s not ladled into your mouth. That’s what I like about The X-Files you have to figure it out for yourself and it always leaves you wanting more."
"Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things." —Philippines 3:19