A graduate of both the NSW Talent Development Project and the CMAA Academy of Country Music, singer-songwriter Melanie Dyer is a promising young artist that is well and truly making her mark in the Australian Music Industry. With a standing ovation from all four star judges; Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Seal and Joel Madden on Nine’s chart-topping reality show ‘The Voice’ in 2012, Melanie was named ‘The One That Got Away’ after a stand out performance of her original song at the Blind Auditions. Melanie’s performance on ‘The Voice’ has exceeded 117,000 views on YouTube and landed her a major record deal as a contemporary artist with Mercury Records of Universal Music Australia. At the age of nineteen, Melanie has already received great credibility as a young songwriter. At 12 years old, she wrote her first song ‘Life on the land’ that became the Anthem for the Woolworths National Drought Appeal in 2007. She has also been the recipient of a number of national songwriting awards from both the Australian Songwriting Association and the Australian Children’s Music Foundation. Whilst in High School, Melanie was a five time Featured Artist on the NSW Schools Spectacular where she was also selected to perform three of her original songs to live audiences of 10,000 and a national audience on ABC TV. In 2011, Melanie was commissioned by the NSW Department of Education to write the theme song for Education Week which she performed at the Opening Ceremony in Sydney. This song was also performed by students in schools all across NSW. Melanie has also supported her local community by co-writing and performing her song ‘Friendly Inverell’ for the Inverell Chamber of Commerce TV Commercial aired on regional networks as well as successfully hosting her own local commercial AM Radio Show ‘Melanie’s Country Music Magazine’ weekly on 2NZ Inverell for over 2 years. Melanie is also a proud Ambassador for Variety the Children’s Charity, who sponsored her for a number of years.
  A graduate of both the NSW Talent Development Project and the CMAA Academy of Country Music, singer-songwriter Melanie Dyer is a promising young artist that is well and truly making her mark in the Australian Music Industry. With a standing ovation from all four star judges; Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Seal and Joel Madden on Nine’s chart-topping reality show ‘The Voice’ in 2012, Melanie was named ‘The One That Got Away’ after a stand out performance of her original song at the Blind Auditions. Melanie’s performance on ‘The Voice’ has exceeded 117,000 views on YouTube and landed her a major record deal as a contemporary artist with Mercury Records of Universal Music Australia. At the age of nineteen, Melanie has already received great credibility as a young songwriter. At 12 years old, she wrote her first song ‘Life on the land’ that became the Anthem for the Woolworths National Drought Appeal in 2007. She has also been the recipient of a number of national songwriting awards from both the Australian Songwriting Association and the Australian Children’s Music Foundation. Whilst in High School, Melanie was a five time Featured Artist on the NSW Schools Spectacular where she was also selected to perform three of her original songs to live audiences of 10,000 and a national audience on ABC TV. In 2011, Melanie was commissioned by the NSW Department of Education to write the theme song for Education Week which she performed at the Opening Ceremony in Sydney. This song was also performed by students in schools all across NSW. Melanie has also supported her local community by co-writing and performing her song ‘Friendly Inverell’ for the Inverell Chamber of Commerce TV Commercial aired on regional networks as well as successfully hosting her own local commercial AM Radio Show ‘Melanie’s Country Music Magazine’ weekly on 2NZ Inverell for over 2 years. Melanie is also a proud Ambassador for Variety the Children’s Charity, who sponsored her for a number of years.
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