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Full Name: Neko Case

Born: September 8, 1970

Home: Tacoma, WA / Alexandria, VA / Vancouver, BC

Website Link(s): Official Site



  • Vocals
  • Drums
  • Guitar




Member of

Has Notably Worked with

  • The Sadies
  • Carolyn Mark
  • Rachel Flotard
  • Rose Melberg
  • Matt Murphy
  • Scott Bett
  • Bob Egan
  • Evan Johns
  • Kevin Kane
  • Don Kerr
  • Linda McRae
  • Darryl Neudorf
  • Carl Newman
  • Ford Pier
  • John Ramberg
  • Henri Sangalang
  • Ron Sexsmith
  • Joel Trueblood
  • Andrew Bird
  • Brett Sparks
  • Chris von Sneidern
  • Mary Margaret O'Hara
  • Garth Hudson
  • Mike Belitsky
  • Paul Rigby
  • Joey Burns
  • John Covertino
  • Anna DeWolf
  • Tom V. Ray
  • Travis Good
  • Kelly Hogan
  • Dallas Good
  • Sean Dean
  • Dexter Romweber
  • Howie Gelb
  • Willie B
  • Jon Rauhouse
  • Brian Connelly

Musician Biography

Neko Case is technically an American, but often times she's thought of as Canadian, as she lived in Vancouver, BC for a time and would often work with many bigger Canadian acts, including cub (perhaps most known for having a song of theirs covered by They Might Be Giants). She's done quite a bit with punk bands, though she's primarily thought of as an Alt. Country musician. She's also one of The New Pornographers. She considers Tacoma, WA to be her home town, and some of her songs are about her experiences growing up in the area. Her band was called "Her Boyfriends", though it was basically just her and a rotating lineup of backing musicians.



  • The Virginian
  • Furnace Room Lullaby
  • Blacklisted
  • The Tigers Have Spoken
  • Fox Confessor Brings The Flood


  • Canadian Amp


Appears On


  • Bloodshot Records Sampler
  • Making Singles Drinking Doubles
  • Hard-Headed Woman
  • Down To The Promised Land
  • Touch My Heart
  • A Tribute To The Soundtrack To Robert Altman's Nashville
  • New Music For 2005
  • New Music For 2006


  • The Slaughter Rule

Mix CDs

Radio Shows

Further Reading

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