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Melanie Dekker

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"Give it your all"

Sounds Like:

Jewel, James Blunt, Sheryl Crow,

Influences:

John Mayer, Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Cyndi Lauper, Willie Nelson

Favourite Singer/Songwriter:

John Mayer, James Taylor

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Songs by Melanie Dekker

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Region:

Vancouver, BC

Level of Experience:

PROFESSIONAL

Genre:

Other

I Write:

By myself | For myself | With others | For others

I prefer to write:

Lyrics | Melody | Chord Patterns | Arrangements

Songs Recorded:

Over 100

Albums Released:

7 albums released

Song Placements:

All My Children, Better than chocolate Movie, Top 50 BDS radio charts in Canada

Awards:

1st place, 2nd place, best overall - MOVA songwriter contest

Other Credits:

A Concert for President Clinton. Support act for: Bryan Adams, Faith Hill, Chaka Khan

I am interested in:

Face to face Cowriting | Networking | Pitching Songs To Tv/Film/Etc.

Biography:

"This girl's music and style that hit me with immediate impact. She's got a sense of sympathy and a vivacious persona that leaps out of every song." Elephant Ears Entertainment

Vancouver’s voice-like-chocolate, Melanie Dekker tours about 100 concerts in Europe yearly. She feels lucky to have popped out a few radio hits (" I Said I" &/or "Boomerang") and tours with 7 albums in tow. Her roots-pop style is uplifting and sentimental, and her latest record is naturally her new favourite. Dekker has opened for Diana Krall, Bryan Adams & Faith Hill,l and performed with Russell Peters. She did a show for President Bill Clinton and loves to move fans with her lyrics on the first listen. She’s made a string of popular youtube videos which include her music synched to her view on the Polar Bear Swim, the 2010 Olympics, her own Wisdom tooth removal , making out with a mannequin and her Christmas concerts in Afghanistan. 

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