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Maddie Storvold


Maddie Storvold is the proverbial black sheep love child of comedian Steven Wright and protest singer Joan Baez. Born on an air force base in Northern Alberta, but raised a nomad, based in the Middle East, she had traveled to over 30 countries by the time she turned 18 and moved back to Canada to attain a degree in English & Philosophy. After releasing two full length albums, being nominated for Roots Single of the Year at the EMAs, and establishing herself as a regular on the festival circuit in Western Canada, Storvold released a ballad, “Don’t Say You Love Me”, written and produced by Bryan Adams. The single shot to #1 on the country charts in less than 3 hours, and peaked at #3 on the overall charts, surpassing Lady Gaga and P!nk. Consequently, Storvold signed a record deal with Big Machine Label Group, as the fresh-faced new darling of commercial country music. However, as a staunch folksinger, consummate storyteller, and outspoken comedienne and leftist, this chapter was comically short-lived, and the young songwriter found herself independent and unrepresented a month before the pandemic was declared. With new offering of heartfelt, carefully crafted songs, Storvold stands to make an impact with her forthcoming release, Sunstorm. Tough and sweet like gravel in honey, she can make you laugh and cry, think and ache - all in the same hour. https://www.maddiestorvold.com/

Maddie Storvold
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