American singer, songwriter, and guitarist Michelle Jacquet DeSevren Branch released two of the best-selling albums of the early 2000s, The Spirit Room and Hotel Paper.

Her father is Irish, and her mother is Dutch-Indonesian and French. She grew up with her older brother David, her younger sister Nicole, and them.

When Branch was three years old, she began singing, and when she was eight, she enrolled in voice lessons. She started playing the guitar after receiving one for her 14th birthday.

In May 2004, Branch wed Teddy Landau, her bassist. The couple welcomed a daughter in August 2005. The couple divorced in November of the same year that they had separated.

Branch’s career began with a series of engagements in her hometown of Sedona. Some of the musicians whose songs she would perform were Sheryl Crow, Lisa Loeb, Fleetwood Mac, and Jewel.

Twin Dragon Records, an indie label, released the album. Her musical career began in 2001 when she inked a deal with record label Maverick Records

For their 2002 collaboration on Santana’s “The Game of Love,” Branch, Santana, Gregg Alexander, and Rick Nowels won the Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.

Michelle Branch is an American singer, songwriter, and actor who has received a Grammy award. She is most recognized for her album releases from the early 2000s.