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Video shooting location: Fergus, Ontario, Canada
Madison Galloway is a driven and dynamic musician and singer-songwriter with a unique approach to her blend of folk, rock, and blues. Madison takes the stage with guitar, harmonica, and ukulele performing solo, as part of the duo Fork n' Harp, or accompanied by her band, The Mud Guppies and at just 18 years old, Madison has over 160 shows under her belt. Most notably, she has shared the stage with 54-40, The Sadies, and Alysha Brilla. Her live performance is riveting for its energy and has been described as upbeat and emotionally exhilarating.
Growing up listening to classic rock, Madison became influenced by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Bob, Dylan, Janis Joplin, and the Grateful Dead. She started playing piano at age 6, but later fell in love with the guitar at age 12. She knew that was her true passion, and from there, she taught herself to play the harmonica, ukulele, and banjo. At 15, Madison released her debut EP "Who Knows Where" featuring five of her original songs. Currently, Madison is preparing to record her full-length album as she continues to pursue her career as a touring/recording artist.