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"You know when a few people from different sources are telling you to check this girl out she must be blowin it up" — Ace Michaels, Music Box Blog Talk.
Melanie Taylor is not only a multi-award winning pop/rock singer songwriter, (2x winning AI Music Award and LA Music Award nominee) whose first single Cease Fire placed top 40 in the US Indie Radio Charts, and top 200 in the US Pop Radio Charts. The Southern California native is also a product of marathon watching Michael Jackson videos from an early age, and growing up in musical theater, giving the singer her powerful stage presence she has become known for. Melanie says, "I always considered my audiences like my brothers and sisters, since being an only child and moving a lot as a kid, the stage was really my only consistent home." Not much has changed as Melanie continues to expand her "extended family." The singer's first album "All About Today" was co-written and produced with Grammy Award winning producer, Christian Davis (Lil Wayne, Mark Walberg, El Debarge). “Walk Of Shame,” the album’s second single is currently being played on radio stations internationally. The first album's primarily straight pop/dance style is now morphing slightly into her sophomore album's "rock-based vibe, while still staying true to (her) feel-good soulful roots as a vocalist" Melanie explains. She has written most of her upcoming album with producer Troy “R8DIO” Johnson, (Jesse McCartney, JLo, Chris Brown,
Will Smith, Solange, 2Pac) and plans to release later this year.
Melanie also has a much deeper side to her than the care-free
personality she conveys on and off stage. "With a cool head, mature outlook on life and deep well of passionate energy, Melanie has what it takes to balance her time between acting, singing and even contributing her talents to charitable causes." — Heather Miller, Lyrical Venus. The singer has been involved in organizations such as the P.A.I.N Foundation, 18for18 Project Rescue, the Gracie Awards, and various other programs designed for empowering women.