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My Story

Born and raised in Orange County CA Madison has been singing before she could speak her first words. Madison sings with a powerful soulful voice never before seen in such a tiny young girl.
At the age of 3 years old her father introduced her music and Madison began learning to play piano and developing her big and soulful voice singing and memorizing 100’s of songs by shuffling through her father’s ITunes. She would sing songs all day long every day anywhere and for anyone who would listen. Songs from Motown, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, to the most chart hopping songs of today Bruno Mars, Meghan Trainor, Charlie Puth and Shawn Mendes among her favorites. It was also at that time her father bought her a small pink electronic play piano for Christmas. After about a week of her banging on the keys and making noise her father and mother one day starting hearing actual notes and music being played from her play room. Said her father "My wife and I heard the toy piano playing in the other room and we both stopped and looked at each other with shock!! We then went into her play room and there she was playing her little electronic toy piano. We were even more stunned of how she was sitting, positioning her hands and playing with her fingers". From that day on there would be no more noise coming from banging on that play piano. Her parents shortly after bought a baby grand piano for the home and Madison took it from there teaching herself to play and read sheet music



Madison a few months before her 4th birthday would have a life changing event that would have a dramatic impact and define the development of her singing voice. Her father who introduced her to music was diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer and it would be a devastating moment for Madison and the entire family. She has had to watch her father endure the struggles of battling cancer for the last 7 years and the toll it has taken on him and the family. Early on in her father’s battle with cancer Madison even at 3 years old realized that her singing would be the best treatment not only for her father but for the family. She would sing to him in the hospital at his bedside throughout his many hospital stays and years of chemo treatments.  She would always be by his side his with a song while recovering at home from 9 major surgeries over the last 7 yrs. Madison’s singing voice would now be developed from the pain of watching her father fight cancer to the joy of seeing her father heal and get better from her singing. Madison’s father is alive today cancer free and is thriving watching Madison now give her voice to the healing of others. If you ask him, he will tell you it was Madison’s voice that was the cure and gave him strength everyday to not give in to the disease and it was the cure that gave him his life back along with the love of his family that has triumphed them through it all. To this day his survival has baffled doctors and defied the odds.