Merilyn Steele | If I Could

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If I Could

by Merilyn Steele

'If I Could' is a light hearted, easy listening love song which might be described as 'calypso country' with the use of marimba and vibraphone instruments.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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Merilyn Steele is a Sydney (Australia) based artist and singer/songwriter. Her style is varied and constantly evolving but encompass what might be termed 'Americana'. That is it can range from folk, country, country rock/blues, bluegrass, rockabilly and calypso type feel.

A seasoned performer, she has been working successfully for many years in varied lineups including with resident club bands, solo at festivals, with her duo, Alter Ego, and also fronts and directs her own 5 piece band. She has performed in shows all around Australia and internationally in clubs, hotels, private functions, festivals, weddings and cruises.

Her musical influences include: Conrad Sewell, Phosphorescent, Bernard Fanning, John Butler, Green Day, Kasey Chambers, Powderfinger, Alanis Morissette, Mary Chapin-Carpenter; Bonnie Raitt to name a few.

Some performance highlights include; Sydneys ‘The Basement’ with her band; Tamworth Town Hall; Rooty Hill RSL Auditorium; Mounties Club; South Sydney Juniors; Blacktown Workers Diamond Auditorium supporting Normie Rowe; New Zealand’s Bay of Islands festival in 2014 and an Award for best Rockabilly song at the Canberra Country Rock & Blues festival.

Today Merilyn continues to perform on a regular basis in local venues around Sydney and the east coast and also teaches singing, guitar and songwriting in Sydney which she finds thoroughly rewarding. She continues to play at festivals around the country and is looking to perform abroad again at other upcoming festivals.

“Love the roots-rock, soulful texture of "While You Can" by @merilynsteele” – Getty Images Music
“You’ll understand why Merilyn Steele is more than just another girl singer.” Rosie Adsett,
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