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Meljgrey

Meljgrey

Meljgrey


Eclectic, organic, infinitely creative... Singer-songwriter meljgrey's music offers an intriguing look into her heart, soul and mind... and daresay, her past and future. Strongly influenced by her early career as a jazz instrumentalist, she artfully blends timeless sounds with a modern bent to create a soul-pop vibe that's undeniably touching and listenable. And just when you think you've got her pegged, she reveals a completely different style and approach. Read more on Last.fm
Eclectic, organic, infinitely creative... Singer-songwriter meljgrey's music offers an intriguing look into her heart, soul and mind... and daresay, her past and future. Strongly influenced by her early career as a jazz instrumentalist, she artfully blends timeless sounds with a modern bent to create a soul-pop vibe that's undeniably touching and listenable. And just when you think you've got her pegged, she reveals a completely different style and approach.

"I'm an onion... keep peeling." Woven throughout her music is a use of technology that invites interest without sacrificing emotion. This modern warmth directly reflects her significant involvement in creative media throughout her career. Her influences range run the gamut from the folk pop sounds of Indigo Girls and Sarah McLachlan to jazz greats like Cannonball Adderly and Keith Jarrett. Mix in a bit of Jonatha Brooke, Amy Winehouse and Adele, sprinkle on some Sting, Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel and Stevie Winwood, and you soon taste her musical perspective.

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