Their music contains elements of rock , folk , blues , and jazz. Following the release of their second album Ghost of a Dog , lead singer Edie Brickell left the band and married singer-songwriter Paul Simon. In , she and the band launched a new web site and released a new album, Stranger Things. The New Bohemians started as a three-piece band in the early s, gaining experience in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of downtown Dallas. Singer Edie Brickell also went to this school. However, the others didn't know her until later. According to Houser, Edie was there for art. He played in various neighborhood bands like The Knobs which included Kenny, and was also in the Munch Puppies. The additional core members joined in Edie became the singer after being encouraged to join the band onstage during a show.
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Edie Brickell was a pioneer of sorts, reviving the gangly sound of hippie folk-rock in the late s, just before it became trendy. With her band New Bohemians, Brickell scored an unexpected Top Ten hit in with "What I Am," a dreamy, loose-limbed number that quietly stood in opposition to the heady materialism of the '80s. While the band never managed to replicate the commercial success of "What I Am," the song remained a staple of its era, and Brickell parlayed its enduring popularity into an unpredictable career that stretched over the decades. Following the disbandment of New Bohemians in the early '90s, Brickell spent some time on a solo career before experiencing a renaissance in the s, first with the Gaddabouts and then with a series of albums with Steve Martin -- a stretch that culminated in the reunion of New Bohemians. Brickell didn't begin performing music until she was attending Southern Methodist University, when she was convinced to sing with New Bohemians, a band featuring fellow Booker T. Washington alumni. Bassist Brad Houser, drummer Brandon Aly, and guitarist Eric Presswood had been playing as New Bohemians since the early '80s, long before Brickell sat in with the band one night in early The pairing went so well that the union became permanent shortly afterward.
She is married to Paul Simon. She attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts  in Dallas, and later studied at Southern Methodist University  until she joined a band and decided to focus on songwriting. In , Brickell was invited to sing one night with friends from her high school in a local folk rock group, New Bohemians.