Memarie
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Memarie

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Band Country Adult Contemporary

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The best kept secret in music

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Still working on that hot first release.

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Bio

Born and raised in rural Louisiana, Memarie’s childhood set the stage for what would become a life-long passion for music. Memarie’s love for performing started at age five when she would get off the school bus at her Grandparents house. She says, "My grandparents had this huge Magnolia tree in their front yard which for me served many purposes." "That tree was my clubhouse and monkey bars." The greatest thing about this tree was the magnolia buds." "I would pick out the perfect one, tie a long string on the end of it, and use it for a microphone as I sang my favorite song, "Gingerbread Man", for my Grandfather." Memarie also started writing songs at an early age. She explains, "I would write these simple, silly songs I thought were hits. I still get a good laugh out of them when I find one in an old box somewhere."

Memarie was surrounded by music throughout her childhood. Her father had a Country/Rock band that rehearsed in their house several days a week. The very first time he let Memarie perform on stage, with him, she was hooked. The biggest thrill of her childhood came at age nine when her dad's band went into a Mississippi studio to record an album and he let her record a song. Memarie says that when she listens to that first record, even now, she can still feel the excitement she felt that day in Mississippi.

Memarie moved to Nashville with her parents, at the young age of twelve, while they pursued their music dreams. However, her parents divorced soon after Memarie graduated high school. She states, "Being an only-child, the family breakup left me feeling completely devastated and all alone. In fact, I was going through a personal crossroad in my life, questioning whether I really wanted to pursue a career in music. I witnessed the struggles first hand and wasn’t really sure I could handle the highs and lows. Although I never lost my love for music, I abandoned my dreams of being a performer."