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Genre : Folk
Location : Rochester Hills, Michigan
Olivia Millerschin is a multi-talented indie singer-songwriter from Metro-Detroit whose music crosses genres and is a mix of vintage folk, jazz and pop.
At just 21-years-old, this artist already has a list accolades to her name, including recently being chosen from among thousands as a winner of the 2016 "Great American Songwriting Contest" -- Singer/Songwriter category for her original, “We Know Not.” In addition, she has won a John Lennon Songwriting Award and was a quarter-finalist on NBC’s "America's Got Talent" in 2014.
Olivia debuted her second full album, “Look Both Ways,” in Sept., 2016, which featured duets with the 2016 winner of “The Voice,” Sawyer Fredericks, and artist Michael Grubbs (aka Wakey Wakey). Produced in Brooklyn, NY and Detroit, MI, it was named in the top albums of 2016 by Ditty TV and Ann Arbor radio 107. 1FM, among others.
Her music has been featured in movies, stores, audio books and on TV. Her original, "I Can Say," was chosen for the NetFlix movie, “A Girl Like Her,” and for the finale of MTV's "Finding Carter.”
She was chosen as one of 13 singers for the musical composition (cd) produced by Republic Records for Mitch Albom's book, "The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto" in 2016 and performed it at the book’s debut at the reknown Fox Theater in Detroit. Other artists include Matt Kearney, Ingrid Michaelson and Tony Bennett.