Olivia Millerschin

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Olivia Millerschin
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Photo by Nick Hagen
Background Information

Origin

Rochester

Genre

Folk, Pop

Born

1995

Years Active

2011- Present

Instruments

piano, guitar, ukulele, voice

Website

oliviamillerschin.com

About

Singer-songwriter Olivia Millerschin who turned 22 in 2017 wrote her first song before the age of 14 and started touring at 16. At 18 won the John Lennon Award for Songwriting. Her compositions are theatrical, ornate pop works that blend guitars, pianos and sublime melodies. There is a familiarity in her sound that brings you comfort

She has composed and released two full-length albums. She was a quarter finalist on America’s Got Talent, won the Great American Song Contest, is featured on Republic Records soundtrack to Mitch Albom’s latest novel, and has music in national film and TV. She plays ukulele, piano and guitar, headlines national tours, and opens for established artists.

She wrote her first song before the age of 14, She wrote her first song before the age of 14, started touring at 16 and won the John Lennon Award for Songwriting at 18. Her compositions are theatrical, ornate pop works that blend guitars, pianos and sublime melodies.

Discography

Albums:

Singles:

  • Long Weekend (feat. Michael Grubbs) 92016) Amazon
  • Bring You Back Home (2015) iTunes Amazon

Videos


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