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Meet Bailey Marie of BMG Entertainment

Today we’d like to introduce you to Bailey Marie.

So, before we jump into specific questions, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
I am a singer and songwriter from North Carolina. I started working with my producer Andrew Lane 2 years ago. We’ve worked together to release several original songs. During this time, I’ve had the opportunity to perform at the Legendary Apollo Theater in NYC, the Roxy in Hollywood, Celebration of Music in Atlanta and Nashville. I’ve also interviewed on Radio Disney and enjoy working with my local Salvation Army and Girls and Boys Clubs. I am also an Ambassador for the SOS Foundation.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I’m only 13 but yes, starting in the music industry at a young age, I have encountered toxic situations that my parents and I have chosen to walk away from. I’ve worked with several people across the country but one thing remains true for me today. I will always be true to who I am as a person and artist.

Can you give our readers some background on your music?
Of course, I am known as a singer and songwriter. Being from the south, most people think that I would enjoy singing country music. Maybe one day that will stand true but I love pop music. I enjoy picking songs that will showcase my voice but also like using my life experiences to express in my music. My latest song release, “Only Need One” was written by me to express my journey in the music industry. I’m most proud of working with the SOS Foundation that helps at-risk youth. This is such a serious issue with teens and young adults. This Foundation was designed to offer help and professional services to teens suffering from mental adversity.

What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
My proudest moment was when I performed at the Apollo Theater for the first time at age ten. I was sick with a sinus and ear infection. I had spent the entire night before my performance at the hospital in NYC. I was running a 102 fever and could barely even hear myself sing but for three and half minutes, I performed my heart out in front of thousands! The limo picked me up after my performance and I don’t even remember the ride back to the hotel. I felt terrible but was so proud that I persevered and nailed it!

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