Even Ginnicide is unaware of her early life, having wandered out of Death Valley at approximately the age of ten into the arms of a group of Sister of Mercy missionaries. Adopted by the group and taken to their convent in San Francisco, Ginni (her last name remains unknown, changing constantly with her mood between Inimitable, Kim, Grenadier, and a score of other aliases) showed a great aptitude for the organ, piano, and oboe. She left the order at the age of fifteen in 1996 and survived in the San Francisco streets playing Bach hymns on a toy piano. Eventually, she was retained as the pianist in residence at the historic Eureka Lodgings, where Norton I ruled as Emperor of the United States in the 19th century, and played there until 2000. There (allegedly) exists in the hotels safe a priceless tape recording on a guitar/piano set of classic country songs and German heavy metal anthems recorded by Ginnicide and Wendy O. Williams shortly before her suicide in 1998. After she had acquired enough capital for a car and more portable equipment, Ginni hit the road, playing her songs in bars, hotels, and dance halls throughout the American West, Midwest and East, eventually coming to rest in the city of Angels. She currently resides there.
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