|Angie McMahon Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Year of Birth||1993/1994|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Angie McMahon is an Australian singer, songwriter, and musician who has gained fame with the release of her many tracks, albums, and extended plays such as Audiotree Live, Salt, Missing Me, Take It with Me, And I am a Woman, Helpless, Slow Mover, Silver Springs, and Knowing Me, Knowing You.
She was born in 1993/1994.
Alphington, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Singer, Songwriter, Musician
Angie McMahon is represented by –
- Hear Hear Group
- WME Entertainment
She has released her music via AWAL Recordings.
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
53 kg or 117 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
- Lean frame
- Pierced ears
Angie McMahon Favorite Things
- Song – Silver Springs
Source – Wikipedia
Angie McMahon Facts
- She was raised in Melbourne, Australia.
- She started her musical pursuits when she was a teenager.
- Before embarking on a career as a solo artist, Angie McMahon was a member of a 9-piece soul band called The Fabric.
- In 2013, she won a Telstra competition to open for Bon Jovi on the Australian leg of their Because We Can tour.
- On July 26, 2019, she released her debut studio album, Salt, which comprised or songs such as And I am a Woman, Slow Mover, Soon, Play the Game, Missing Me, Pasta, Push, and Mood Song.
- Angie McMahon’s album, Salt, peaked at number #5 on the Australian Albums (ARIA) chart and was also nominated for awards including the 2019 ARIA Music Award for “Best Independent Release” and Music Victoria Award 2019 for “Best Album”.
- The song titled Slow Mover from Salt received critical acclaim and was nominated for the 2019 APRA Awards in the “Rock Work of the Year” and “Song of the Year” categories. It was also certified ‘Gold’ by ARIA.
- In 2019, she was nominated for Music Victoria Awards for “Best Female Musician” as well as “Best Solo Artist”.
- Angie McMahon was described as “one of the most endearing and talented voices in music today” by Happy Mag in October 2019 and was placed at number #15 on their “The 15 Australian female artists changing the game right now” list.
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