Accomplishments

Please understand that Maddie would never add this to the web page, but, her 'Webmaster/manager/grandfather controls this page for now, so there you have it.

Maddie was asked to perform at the prestigious Home Grown Festival for original artists on August 1, 2020.  She received many compliments and a quick request to return next year.

First wedding performing solo on July 18, 2020. Sang "Mess is Mine" by Vance Joy for the processional, and sang originals and covers for the pre-ceremony music.

Maddie sang the National Anthem at many events including The Hershey Bears, The York Revolution, Gettysburg Reenactment, Hanover Soccer Club, High School Basketball games, and for Veterans Day events.  After one Veterans Day Event in 2017, an elderly veteran approached her after singing the Anthem. He said, "Thank you.  That made my heart melt.  You gave me faith in this generation"  He hugged her with tears in his eyes.

Maddie won her school Talent Show in 4th, 5th, 6th and tied for 1st in 7th grade.  

In January 2020, she won Hanover Has Talent with her new original "Liar".  Many talented musicians and dancers of all ages competed, including one person chosen by 'The Voice' to sing for their show in Baltimore.

She recorded backing vocals in 2019 for Tommy Sands song 'Children of the Dole' on Across the Pond's "Little Beggarman" album.  That track has been in the Top 100 on the Homegrown Underground Show for several weeks running.

Maddie release her first single world-wide on the HUGS radio show April 23, 2020, and 'Liar' has been in the Top 100 two months running and is still hanging .  It was number 2 and number 3 for awhile.  This show airs world-wide and unsigned musicians for across the globe submit their music.

Maddie sang Christina Perri's 'A Thousand Years' for a wedding at the PA Renaissance Faire in 2018.

She received an award for "Outstanding Student Musician" in 2017 from the Gettysburg Community Concert Association.

She has donated her time and music for school events and benefits, and began performing free concerts at the Brethren Home  before the COVID virus hit America.