Alanis Morissette was born on June 1, 1974, in Canada. She is a singer, a songwriter, an actress, and a record producer. She is mostly known for her alternative rock songs, such as “Ironic”, “Thank U”, and “You Oughta Know”.
When she was just 11 years old, Alanis recorded her first single “Fate Stay with Me”. For that song, she was nominated for Juno Award (Canadian equivalent of Grammy). Three years later, she signed a contract with MCA Canada.
In 1991, Alanis moved to Toronto where she released her first album, Alanis. The album sold over 100,000 copies. Thanks to that album, Alanis won the Juno award as the “Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year”.
In 1992, Morissette released her second LP New is the Time. It sold about 50,000 copies in Canada.