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Melissa McLaughlin

Melissa McLaughlin brings old charm professionalism with her new generation of energy and sound. Her 4 ½ octave range voice has been compared to a young Judy Garland or Whitney Houston.

She has received positive reviews on her vocals from Bon Jovi to George Strait. Texas native Melissa brings a unique vocal style, infusing her country roots with a rich blend of soul, jazz and pop sensibility. Melissa’s single ‘Can’t Be Your Angel’ is out now on Lawson Records.

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The Story Of Falling In Time

BANG…… Two days after a gig in Dunedin, New Zealand I was in a motorbike crash with a car. 

After some timeout from playing the drums and parting ways with the previous band for a change of scenery, my guitar spent more time in my hands…Two years went by and I found myself always messing around with guitar riffs, drum techniques and got some new chops. I decided to move back to my home town of Oamaru to form a band. 

The only problem was everyone was keen but everyone was too busy with life to put the time in that was needed. The day I decided to start alone, I was waiting for a Guitarist so i could practice singing a song lol… He didn’t show I said “fuck it”, put the guitar on and did it alone.

End Result four months later the first album, Raglan Stories was born

Next up an EP – Hillside Sessions was created, but I wasn’t happy doing all the instruments and vocals alone. I was telling a friend this and how I always wanted female backup vocals and other musicians on board. She said “well I’ll do backup then”. So Chloe Rose has done backup vocals on four of the songs. 

Then the second album was released on the 4th July 2017 titled, Every Which Way Society Complains.

Then a third Album titled, That Church That Got Forgotten. And another on the way, Data Without Conscious

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