Leslie Darwin O’Brien is an American singer – Her self-titled album was released worldwide in November 2014 by Terry Miller Productions and Access Music Records. The album includes Grammy Award-winning sax player Tom Scott. Terry Miller is an internationally acclaimed bass player/producer who recently toured with The Zac Brown Band. He has also played with the Doobie Brothers, Stan Getz, Dave Grusen, Michael McDonald, Paul Anka, and Steve Miller, among others.
“Leslie is beyond an amazing talent and her pure voice needs to be heard,” says Miller. “I have been producing music for a very long time, but rarely do I come across someone who has it all, and she’s just getting started!”
Leslie sang for the USO and acted off-Broadway. She was featured as a screaming homeless woman in Barry Levinson’s “Jimmy Hollywood” starring Joe Pesci and Christian Slater. She received her B.A. in Communication from Stanford, where she was Senior Class President, as well as a member of the Cap and Gown Women’s Honor Society. After Stanford, Leslie wrote for Time Magazine and PBS.
She studied Acting with Sanford Meisner, Bill Alderson, and Sabin Epstein. She studied Voice with Adrienne Angel, Bill Fuller, and Craig Lee.