Have you heard of up and coming artisit Madison Guthrie? If not you should take note, better yet buy a ticket for September 27th, opening night and get the chance to hear her music and watch her perform.She is one of Colorado's first female pop artists to break big out of Colorado and climb the ranks.
Here is a clip of the fun, funky, sweet pop sounds perfect for a fashion show
Take a minuet to read about Madison, here is a little background from her website:
Madison Guthrie was born and raised in a suburb of Littleton, Colorado. A tomboy of sorts, this feisty model-turned-poptress grew up making forts in the woods behind her house, floating down streams on homemade Styrofoam boats with her brother, and fearlessly exploring caves in the famous red rocks near Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Madison began singing and acting at the early age of three after joining a singing group for toddlers called “Sunshine Productions”, which toured the local area putting on shows and performances. By the age of four, Madison had landed her first modeling job, modeling in newspaper and magazine ads for Denver University.
Madison’s father, an archeologist and an avid guitar player, nurtured his daughter’s love for the outdoors, for adventure, and especially for music. Her mother, a school teacher, taught Madison the love of writing, and by age fourteen, Madison had completed her first novel, a 350 page story about the trials and triumphs of two kidnapped teens being held for ransom in the mountains.
Following in her two older sisters footsteps, Madison signed with the famous Donna Baldwin Talent in high school, and began a vigorous career for herself as one of Denver’s most prominent female models.
Though she fell in love with the runway, Madison knew that her heart belonged in music. Encouraged by family and friends, Madison began posting her own songs on her Myspace page and was quickly discovered for her musical talents.
These days, if she’s not strutting down the catwalk, striking poses in front of the camera, or memorizing lines for up coming feature films, you can find Madison in the recording studios of Los Angeles working with some of LA’s best like Richard Harris, Sidh and Shridar Solanki, Jake Davies, or LP Pergolozzi. You can also find her in some of the states hottest venues like Denver’s “Gothic Theatre” where she theatrically rocks out with her fans to her fast paced, high-energy hits like “I Heart U”, and “Alive”, and “Want U”.
Says Madison of her music; “I am so lucky to be doing for people what other pop artists have done for me, which is carry me through a crazy life with color. When I think of pop music I think of my best friends, high school, prom, being stuffed in a car with six girls singing at the top of our lungs with the windows rolled down. I think of the time I got my belly button pierced. I think of mischievously sneaking out of my house to meet with the boy of my dreams in the park. Those are such “alive” feelings for me, and I try to incorporate them into my music. My music is supposed to be fun, wild, and fearless, and I hope when people listen to it, they get that. I also hope they dance to it like fools in their cars with their windows rolled down for all the world to see.”
See you all on September 27th, opening night!