The quirky and soulful hallmarks that define Priscilla Ahn’s singer-songwriter music and her pristine, ethereal vocals are uniquely her own. Since her 2008 debut LP, A Good Day, for EMI's Blue Note Records, and its heart-resonant breakout hit, “Dream,” Ahn’s lyrical, original worlds of innocence and melancholy have had a delicate, but profound impact.
Ahn’s professional career has taken her through the United States, and to Europe, Japan, China, and South Korea. She has toured with such noted artists as Willie Nelson, Amos Lee, and Ray LaMontagne. Her eclectic list of collaborators includes Tiesto, Sia, Inara George, and Dave Sitek.
In addition to Ahn’s appearances on late night national TV shows and her live performance of “Dream” on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” her songs have enhanced numerous TV shows and films, from “Grey's Anatomy” and “The Ghost Whisperer,” to “Bride Wars,” Guillermo del Toro’s “Pacific Rim,” and the 2016 Ewan McGregor film, “American Pastoral.” Ahn’s poignant theme song for the Oscar-nominated 2014 Studio Ghibli film, “When Marnie Was There,” led to her album, Just Know That I Love You, written and recorded at the Ghibli producers’ request and based on the film and its children’s book inspiration.
Priscilla has recently finished a new EP that will be released in the coming months of 2020.