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The world first discovered Mindy Smith in 2004 with the release of her debut "One Moment More," featuring the hit single “Come To Jesus,” which inspired critics and artists alike to sing her praises. Winner of the 2004 Americana Awards “Best New/Emerging Artist of the Year,” she has built a loyal, devoted following and has been featured on NPR, has performed on national TV shows such as The Tonight Show, Conan O'Brien, GAC/Edge of Country and CMT, and her songs have been heard on shows such as "Grey's Anatomy," "Smallville," "Six Feet Under" and Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance."
Mindy’s latest – “Stupid Love,” is her first studio record since 2007’s “My Holiday,” which the New York Times hailed as a “…thoughtful collection from a great singer-songwriter who knows how to evoke the feeling of warm rooms on cold nights”, and preceded by 2006’s “Long Island Shores,” that prompted USA Today to claim, “Smith’s best songs sound like little miracles,” Entertainment Weekly to rave “Like Patty Griffin, Smith is a deft songwriter straddling folk, country and pop, with a lovely girl-woman soprano that feels like cotton sheeting after a bath,” and the Associated Press to state “Smith’s CD is intoxicating.”
Mindy was adopted at birth by a pastor and his wife and grew up on Long Island where she developed a passion for music and singing at an early age. After her mother's death from cancer in 1991, Smith moved to Cincinnati for two years, then to Knoxville and in 1998 to Nashville to pursue a career in music.