MusicRowPics: Macy Martin

Macy Martin performs for MusicRow staff.

Macy Martin performs for MusicRow staff.

For most high school students, senior year is a flurry of SATs, classes, college applications and planning, and extracurricular activities. Rising artist Macy Martin had a few extra activities on her schedule—including recording sessions, songwriting sessions, tour dates, radio station visits, and running her charitable organization, Macy’s Toy Box.

Martin, who comes from a family of doctors and lawyers, fell in love with music at an early age, and recorded her first album in Texas at the age of 13.

Martin recently visited MusicRow‘s office to perform a trio of songs from her latest 12-track project, Find My Melody. Music industry veteran Kent Wells (Dolly Parton) produced and co-wrote several tracks. During the visit, Martin performed her flirty current single, “Baby What Ya Doin’,”  as well as the pop-country ballad “Beginning of the End” and “Headway.”

Macy’s Toy Box, which Martin founded when she was nine years old, collects new and gently used toys for underprivileged children. The organization has collected thousands of toys for children since its inception, and also works to assist Bridge Ministries in Nashville. 

Martin will continue to balance school with her recording career, with plans to move to Nashville and attend Belmont University.

Macy Martin with MusicRow staffers.

Macy Martin with MusicRow staffers.

 

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Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at [email protected]

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