Malynda Hale


Acclaimed for her pure voice and powerful range


 
Acclaimed for her pure voice and powerful range, Malynda Hale continues to add to a passionate fan base with her own take on Pop and R&B music. She grew up singing gospel music in church in Southern California, became a classically trained vocalist at Azusa Pacific University, and toured the West Coast before taking her talents to New York City. All of this has helped shape Malynda’s identity as a singer and songwriter, from her heartfelt lyrics to her catchy melodies.
 
Each piece Malynda sings resonates with a broad audience. Whether her songs are heard online (iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and CD Baby), on television (E! Network and TLC) or radio (Jango, KC Cafe Radio, The Caneman Radio Show, Nette Radio and Tune Us In Radio), her songwriting has drawn comparisons to her strongest influence Gavin DeGraw and the likes of Colbie Caillat and Alicia Keys. In addition, no matter if you’ve seen Malynda sing the National Anthem at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, perform at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay (opening for Tyrone Wells and Ernie Halter), or at one of the many New York City venues, her voice can’t hide the similarities she shares with India Arie, Heather Headley and greats like Whitney Houston.
 


Malynda Hale – “City Lights”

 
While Malynda draws comparisons to her major influences, the core to her appeal is music drawn from her own experiences. “Music has always been the biggest part of me,” Malynda explains. “When I think of songs that stick most with me, they’re the ones that come from the singer’s heart. That’s what I try to do with my music— each piece I sing and write comes from my heart and my experiences.” From the first time she penned a song at age nine to her albums “From My Heart to Yours” and ”No More Tears”, her fans have been able to experience Malynda’s life first hand—experiences in the music industry, discovering herself losing and finding love.
 
It’s not just her own life she’s singing about, but parts of each listener’s life, too. Fans are quick to tell Malynda stories of how her music and voice have touched them. “I’ve had a lot of fans contact me through my website and YouTube page telling me that one of my songs summed up exactly how they felt about their boyfriends or loved ones. That’s a big reason why I do what I do. Making a personal connection through my music is one of the best feelings I can have.”
 
What’s next for the dynamic performer? “The Train Ride Home” is a new full-length album release on Jun 26th. Malynda teamed up with renowned producer/songwriter Lena Leon of “The Melody Machine Factory” and producer/engineer Kevin Porter of “Germano Studios” to capture the recollections of an artist in “The City That Never Sleeps”.
 
“Living in New York has been a great source of inspiration for me”, Malynda says. She’s grown as an artist since her last album, “No More Tears” and she lets her fans know what they can expect on “The Train Ride Home”. “It’s an album about first stepping foot in a new place, finding love, and finding yourself.”
 


BWD Radio w/Malynda Hale – Interview



 

“In Love”- Performance at The Bitter End

 

 

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