Maddye Trew was born and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee and started making her mark as a performer at a young age. She first took the “stage,” (the middle of her grandfather’s fireplace), singing Shania Twain covers for her family members. She sang “ Walkin’ After Midnight at the famous Strand Theatre at only 10 years old, took many roles in a different high school theater and musical showcases while a student at Tipton Rosemark Academy and eventually went to Nashville to get her Bachelor of Arts in commercial music from Belmont University.
After graduating, Trew has worked to craft her skills as a singer/songwriter and celebrated her first release, “Only Sometimes,” in December 2020. She has next been invited to share her songs at the popular Listening Room as well as other Nashville venues including The Local, Belcourt Taps, the Moxy Nashville, and Honeytree Meadery.
Trew has also been an opening act at the legendary Nashville Palace, and at the beginning of the summer, she was honored to join several artists including Trace Adkins for the celebrated Memorial Day Mulefest concert event in Colombia, TN.
Trew’s latest single “That’s The Lonely Talkin’,” showcases sparkling, spunky and country. The single is available on all digital platforms. The single was written by Jim Thrasher and Katie Barbour and produced by Like Buishas. Trew has paid tribute to the artists of musical icons such as Loretta Lynn, Pasty Cline, and Carrie Underwood, with her “whiskey-smooth delivery of the heartbreaking lyric and a fearless openness for beyond her years.” The song was showcased on Radio SorBro’s NuMu Friday (an all-streaming radio platform that allowed listeners to enjoy Nashville’s songwriter worldwide).
If you would like to find out more about the talented Maddye Trew then check out her website at (https://www.maddyetrew.com).
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