P SLOANE MICHAEL
by Sloane Michael
Sloane Michael delivers her own brand of songwriting ignited by her spirit of freedom and passion for the moment. She invites her audience to indulge in a hybrid of diverse musical genres accented by sultry vocals and her own distinctive guitar style. Sloane has been writing songs for as long as she can remember and got her first guitar at the age of nine after waiting for what seemed to be a lifetime. She made commentary with chords, rhythms and lyrics. From behind a bedroom window her imaginings would seep out and past the edge of a blustery prairie town and on to Route 66 where she would ride it's reach from one coast to the other and anywhere that dreams could take her. A “Stella” acoustic with a badly warped neck and sour intonation was the birthplace to songs that originated there in her modest corner of the globe. She is as comfortable writing pop, R&B, country or rock as she is with composing dreamy or mysterious instrumentals. This cowgirl can pound out the 4/4 rhythm of Chili Blues on a groaning Telecaster or acoustically serenade the listener with a haunting tale of Cadillac's crossing the lonesome plains to unite with lost love. Her performances are genuine, soulfully passionate and convincingly elude the confines of convention. She has shared the spotlight with hit songwriters such as Tia Sellers, (I Hope You Dance), Mark Selby ( There's Your Trouble, Blue on Black) Rick Ferrell ( Somethin' Like That, Where Would You Be), David Vincent Williams (I'm Movin' On) and James Dean Hicks with his long string of country and pop hits as well as grammy winners Alan Rich and Steve Dorf. Her numerous credits include opening for national touring acts, winning songwriting competitions and providing songwriting mentoring to children at risk through advocacy associations. With her catalog of original material ever expanding and her guitar style morphing into a sound of her own; she is dedicated to the music she creates and is grateful to share it with her growing audience.
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