An Electrocoustic Singer-Songwriter with piano tricks, guitar licks, and vocal kicks, Mallory Trunnell's folk-rock with an alternative twist offers something for everyone. Originally from Delta, Utah, Mallory has arrived on the indie music scene and is quickly picking up steam.
A classically trained pianist, and a self taught guitarist, Mal (as her friends call her) literally has music in her blood. An actress in Musical Theater since age 4, and a songwriter since age 9, this 'Modern Renaissance Girl' has always known she has wanted to perform for a living. "Music is so universal yet it's also the most personal way to connect people", she muses, "I only hope that I can be an artist with whom people feel connected to each other. In a modern world that can be so isolated, I want to give people something real and remind them what it feels like to just sit in a room and really listen to a song. Put some heart back into the world instead of trying to take it out all the time."
Mallory Trunnell is always a busy girl. Currently she is working on her first full length album with new producer Spenser Bishop of MixOne Studios. Her first single 'Let Go' is slated to drop in Fall 2010. She is always playing shows and writing with other artists and those songs are starting to pop up on new records and EP's all around the Western US.
The past year has also taken an interesting twist for Mallory. Her side project The Twilight Music Girls (www.twilightmusicgirls.com
) has not only received national attention for the groups' songs inspired by S. Meyer's beloved 'Twilight' book series, but taken the girls on a whirlwind ride around the US. From Dallas to Forks Washington itself, TMG hit the road this Spring on a West Coast Hot Topic Tour, and their music video for 'La Tua Cantante' (song penned by Mallory) received praises from MTV, Reelz Channel, the LA Times and Twi-Hards around the nation.
Her debut EP 'Honor Me' is also available and shows a wide range of emotion, grit, and musicality. She's also getting in touch with her country roots again, as she and brother Sean embark on a side project currently titled 'Sutherland'. In short, no matter how you slice it, Mallory's here to stay and her songs will take your senses on a roller-coaster ride.