”This sassy belter has been noted for her dynamic delivery in this column several times. The upbeat romp of the song gives her plenty of room to work with… she has a very appealing huskiness in her voice, full of barely suppressed fire. I’ll bet she can really take charge of a stage. Promising, indeed.”
—Robert K. Oermann, MusicRow
Melanie Denard’s latest release to country radio is “All I Ever Did Was Love You,” a soulful number that is already climbing MusicRow’s CountryBreakout Chart. Her debut album Dare To Live for StarPath Records is available on Amazon, iTunes, and CDBaby and features songs from such top-shelf talent as as Gary Burr, Victoria Shaw, Kylie Sackley, Rodney Clawson and more. The video can be seen on her YouTube page at www.youtube.com/melaniedenard.
Denard originally hails from the Kennesaw Mountain area of Georgia, and she relocated to Nashville in 2007 to record and continue singing. Denard also recently started working on her live experience with famed live show producer Joe Guercio, who has worked with luminaries such as Elvis, Barbara Streisand, and Diana Ross among others.
“Life has taught me that I have to stand up for myself, especially in matters of the heart, and that’s a hard lesson for a woman in love to learn,” explains Denard. “Sometimes a woman just has to reach down into her inner self and find some attitude and sass in order to survive with her heart intact and still be able to celebrate life. That’s what my songs are about.”
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