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Megan
Mullins

Nashville, TN
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Megan Mullins is truly a born performer. While the rest of the toddlers were learning how to walk and talk, at eighteen months of age she started Suzuki violin lessons. At the ripe old age of three, she started performing professionally with her brother Marcus; winning the Indiana State Fair Showmanship award at the state fiddling championship singing and playing "Rocky Top." At age five Mullins performed on the Crook & Chase TV show and at age ten became the youngest concertmaster in the Fort Wayne Youth Symphony. She also won the Ohio Grand Champion fiddle contest that same year and the following year won the Young Artist Classical Competition in Fort Wayne. She and her brother performed on the Grand Ole Opry when she was only fourteen, and at fifteen graduated high school. She’s been described as a prodigy on fiddle, mandolin, guitar, viola, piano, accordion, clarinet and cello. She’s made a living playing in other people's bands, working with Sherrie Austin, Jamie O’Neal, and most recently with Alabama’s Randy Owen. She has also been visible for the past four seasons in the “house band” of the TV series “Nashville Star”. Now it's her turn to take center stage. After a brief introduction to radio in 2006 Mullins began working studiously on her songwriting determined to find the ‘right’ music. She became even more motivated when she entered the studio with legendary producer Buddy Cannon (Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire, John Michael Montgomery.) Mullins is now ready to return to radio and confident that her new single, “Long Past Gone,” is the "right" music. “I want everything I record to be something that ten or twenty years from now, I’ll still be singing and still be liking,” says Megan. It’s very important to me to have lyrical integrity in the songs I sing. If I didn’t write it, I've probably lived it. That’s very important to me.” With over twenty years of experience and at least 2000 performances under her belt, Mullins is a seasoned veteran at twenty-two. Her debut album is due out nationwide late 2009 on Stoney Creek Records.

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