I have an eclectic mix of influences that range from The Foo Fighters to Sarah MacLaughlain. Country music is in my veins so much of the guitar sound is a very country sound, but I also enjoy Pop music so the lyric structure and melody is Pop based. Mad Max came in and did a spot on Love & Heroin with a rap in the breakdown to change up the album a bit. Coming from the duo Melody & Tyler after many years, I have wanted to get back to my roots of the softer sound mixed with a few surprises. Music tells a story and my specialty is the story that makes you listen to the lyrics and think about your life and love. Its meant to be an intimate experience of joy and pain that you can listen to when you're happy or sad and connect to the listener as these are my stories....
NEW Album Out Now
The Best Way To Break a Heart
by Melody Pulsipher
Melody Pulsipher's definitive style of Contemporary Country shines through with this new Release