My MusicI was singing at the top of my lungs and dancing around to Madonna from 6 years old. Yes, a little craycray. Especially when I forced my Dad to participate in helping me build a white lacy outfit for the talent show at 8 years old. More recently, I’ve started taking lessons from an Opera teacher to get a better handle on this voicebox.
Here and there I perform live for fun or special events. I look forward to more professional performances I can share, and of course, working hard to earn fans! Music will always be one of my first loves. And one day, I’m going to make another album – all jazz! – and see where that takes me.
I also knew I always wanted to make an album, so I did, just to put some feelings to music and say I did it. This was a labor of love, recorded in 3 months with a bit of straggling due to a broken foot, and the folks I was working with being based in LA, while I was based in the Bay Area.
It’s meant to show “all the sides” of me, and doesn’t fit specifically with one genre. It’s pop, latin, R&B, and dance. I was executive producer, managing people, contracts, negotiations, and finance. I was also creative director for the whole thing from packaging and design for all song concepts, melodies, arrangements, and lyrics. It was an awesome learning experience, and a ton of work. I’m proud of it!
You can listen to my album on the “Listen” page in the left-hand menu. You can buy the entire album digitally or in CD format, and you can buy digital MP3 singles, too!
- Check out the Listen page to the left to see some of my performances!
The Album: Miriam Wynn
Self-titled “Miriam Wynn” introduces a hip and sexy mix of Top 40 pop and hiphop/R&B, with a playful hint of latin jazz and a pinch of diva soul. Like the new multicultural face of the millenium, this artist stomps on the musical “Other” box to give you a head-bobbing good time. “DJ Mix It” and “Sweat To You” are naughty and high energy club songs with attitude. Try “Into the Arms” and “I Carry You” for a sound reminiscent of Janet Jackson, and “Trust Me” for an earnest, light-hearted love song about forgiveness. “Urban Tango” and “Affair Guitar” take you into an intense land of longing and betrayal, while “Wait For It” and “Work Me” linger like smokey and sensual fingertips across the nape of your neck. Be sure to listen to those two with the lights low and the candles lit for the full effect. “I Want To Be The One” is an earnest, raw ballad of simple melody with a powerful message that stays with you long after the last note plays.
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You can buy the entire album digitally or in CD format, and you can by digital MP3 singles, too!
My Musical Performances
Music Video: Wait For It, single from the album “Miriam Wynn”
The first official music video single release from Miriam Wynn’s self-titled debut album! A jazzy, latin-tinged number with smoky sensuality, clever lyrics, and a broody film noire aesthetic, not to be missed!
- Music, performance, and creative direction by Miriam Wynn.
- Reggie Hamilton on Bass
- Michael O’Neill on Guitar
- Filmed and directed by Rebekah Fergusson.
- Styling by Sara Abbas, makeup by Maria O’Reilly, hair by Michael Jeffries.
- Filmed on site at the Savanna Jazz Club in San Francisco’s Mission district.