|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Goodnight Nobody||12||Audio||2004-09-00||Endearing Records (2)|
|2||Loneliest In The Morning||14||Audio||1997-06-26||Sub Pop|
|4||Woke Myself Up||12||Audio||2007-01-23||Jagjaguwar|
|5||Woke Myself Up||11||Audio||2007-01-23||Jagjaguwar|
|6||Lost Wisdom||10||Audio||2008||P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.|
|7||Lost Wisdom||10||Audio||2008||P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.|
|8||Woke Myself Up||12||Audio||2007-01-23||Endearing Records (2)|
|9||Julie Doiron / Okkervil River||10||Audio||2003-05-26||Acuarela Discos|
|10||Loneliest In The Morning||14||Audio||1997||Sub Pop|
|11||Will You Still Love Me?||5||Audio||2002||Jagjaguwar|
|12||Heart And Crime||12||Audio||2002-04-22||Jagjaguwar|
|13||Julie Doiron / Calm Down It's Monday||4||Audio||2009-05-05||K|
|14||I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day||12||Audio||2009|
|16||Loneliest In The Morning||14||Audio||1997||Sub Pop|
|17||Julie Doiron And The Wooden Stars||11||Audio||1999||Sappy Records|
|19||Goodnight Nobody||12||Audio||2004-09-17||P-Vine Records|
|20||Loneliest In The Morning||18||Audio||2008||Jagjaguwar|
|21||Goodnight Nobody||12||Audio||2004||Vicious Circle (2)|
|22||Lost Wisdom||10||Audio||2008||P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.|
|23||Lost Wisdom||10||Audio||2008||P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.|
|24||Woke Myself Up||11||Audio||2007||Acuarela Discos|
|25||Lost Wisdom||10||Audio||2008||P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.|
|27||Lost Wisdom||10||Audio||2008||P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd.|
|28||I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day||12||Audio||2009||Jagjaguwar|
|29||Who WIll Be The One||2||Audio||2000||Plumline Records|
|30||I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day||12||Audio||2009||Think (2)|
|31||Tiny Desk Concert||4||Audio||2009-07-06||National Public Radio|
Julie Doiron was born in 1972 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. She studied photography at Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada.
At age 10 she began taking piano lessons, studied saxophone in school from age 12 to 16. She began playing guitar when she was 15.
She joined her then boyfriend [a=Rick White] in the band [a255001] from 1990 to their split up in 1996.
In 1990 she started her own record label [l=Sappy Records] to release cassettes by [a255001] and from 1993 on also vinyl by the band and other projects, including her solo work as [a=Broken Girl]. She was joined by her later husband [a=Jon Claytor] in 1994 which whom she ran the label till 2000, when it went into hiatus. It was shortly revived in 2006.
In 1996 she released first solo album [r762741] compiling her previous two 7" singles recorded under her alias [a=Broken Girl] and new material.
A year later she signed with [l=Sub Pop] and started releasing under her maiden name.
Since late 2005 she also performs with [a=Shotgun & Jaybird], who in turn support her during her solo tours.
She has three kids with [a=Jon Claytor] and is currently expecting another child with her partner Christopher Leigh McLaughlin.