Montana is full of aspiring musicians, and a few have managed to make it into the mainstream. We want to introduce you to a Montana recording artist that should be on your radar.

If you haven't heard the name Madeline Hawthorne, you need to check her out. She has been working hard over the last few years to make a name for herself. She's performed at several venues in Montana and throughout the country.

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According to her website, Hawthorne's latest album, Boots, was inspired by Sheryl Crow and Tom Petty, with freewheeling, improvisatory arrangements
often locked in on the fly as the band discovered the music in real-time.

Who is Madeline Hawthorne?

Hawthorne was born into a musical family. Her mother was a classical vocalist and her father was a concert conductor. She's originally from New England but now calls Montana home.

In December 2022, Hawthorne announced on social media that she has signed with a management company to help take her career to the next level.

I've worn every hat over the last several years, and I am proud and grateful for what I've been able to get done and where I've been able to go. Now someone's got my back... and the real work begins.

said. Hawthorne.

Where Can You Listen to Madeline Hawthorne's Music?

She just released an incredible cover of Van Morrison's "Days Like This." Check out the video below.

If you like what you heard, be sure to pick up a copy of her album Boots. You can also find her on streaming services, and subscribe to her YouTube page to hear new music. To learn more about Madeline Hawthorne, click here.

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