Megan Redmond

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Megan Redmond
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Background information
BornMarch 1996 (1996-03) (age 22)
Portland, Oregon, United States[1]
OriginDenver, Colorado, United States
GenresCountry, alternative, americana
InstrumentsVocals, guitar, piano, mandolin, banjo
Years active2011–present
Websitewww.meganredmond.com

Megan Redmond (born March 1996 in Portland, Oregon) is an American singer-songwriter living in Nashville, Tennessee and Denver, Colorado, where she started her band in 2011.[2]

Background[edit]

Redmond’s first single, titled "Telephone," was released in 2011, followed by her first EP, Dreamland, in 2012.[3] The single "Falling," off of Dreamland, was listed by Clear Channel’s Hot New Music program, peaking at number 87 on the BillBoard Hot New Country Top 100 charts.[4] In 2009 Redmond received the Colorado Country Music Association’s Female Vocalist and Female Entertainer of the year award.[5][6] She has performed at major music festivals, including the Bohemian Nights in Fort Collins, Colorado.[7] Redmond has worked with the Grammy award-winning artist Linda Davis and is currently receiving training from Nashville vocal coach Kim Woods Sandusky.[8] Redmond was one of the top 25 finalists in the American Songwriter Coffeehouse Tour presented by Fishman Transducers.[9] In 2010, she was a local winner of the Texaco Country Music Showdown.[10]

Megan also has a number of cuts on other artist albums reflected her song writing and melodic talent.

In addition to Redmond’s role as a vocalist, she is also a multi-instrumentalist playing the guitar, piano, mandolin, and banjo.[11]

Discography[edit]

  • "Telephone" (Single, 2011)
  • Dreamland (EP, 2012)
  • "Falling'"(Single, 2012)
  • "Acoustic Sessions" (EP, 2012)
  • "Three" (EP, 2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Megan Redmond MTV Biography, www.MTV.com
  3. ^ Megan Redmond Discography, www.MusicBrainz.org
  4. ^ The Colorado Sound - VOL 4 EP 15 2012, The Colorado Sound, April 22, 2012
  5. ^ Megan Redmond, Colorado Connections Academy, 2012, archived from the original on 2012-09-29
  6. ^ Steve Clayton (May 4, 2011), Pick of the week - Megan Redmond, www.steveclayton.com
  7. ^ Bohemian Nights Highlights, Bohemian Nights at New West Fest
  8. ^ Sullivan, Charlie (2012), UMX 2012 Review and Artists to Watch, Colorado Music Buzz, archived from the original on 2012-09-11
  9. ^ John Ritchie (September 10, 2012), The American Songwriter Coffeehouse Tour: 25 finalists, American Songwriter
  10. ^ Megan Redmond on the Web, Texaco Country Showdown, 2012
  11. ^ Bohemian Nights, Bohemian Nights, August 11, 2012

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