Moxie McMahon | That Was Now This Is Then

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That Was Now This Is Then

by Moxie McMahon

Fans describe this music (which 3 of the songs are featured on syndicated TV shows) as some of their favorite that they listen to over and over, all ages love the diversity of pop and bubble-gum rap.
Genre: Pop: Teen Idol
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1. Ordinary Day
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2. Fill the Void
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3. I Hate You
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4. Time to Party
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5. Not Today
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6. Shelter
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7. Katty-Kat Girl
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8. One-Night Snack
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9. Funk Like Rubber
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10. Can You Hear Me?
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"I listen to her everyday!"
-Dee Banks

"Every time we get ready for a show, we listen to Moxie."
-Jaqui Dob

Listen for yourself to this wonderful diverse artist. This music will surely become some of your favorite, as it has so many others.

"Anytime you have a band or just want to come and sing you have a gig here." -Mark P. bar owner


Moxie McMahon was born Susan (Susie) McMahon in Wisconsin. Growing up right on the Mississippi River, some of her favorite activities were swimming, frog and turtle catching, building forts, riding bike, and of course, singing. The town was very small (189ppl) but right on the water, so because it was unincorporated, they always had this huge fireworks display every year. Moxie believes to this day, that that is where her love of crowds comes from. Also in fact her love for dancing, as every year during that same Forth of July celebration, they would block off the street and have a dance and hundreds of people would come from miles around for the festivities. Moxie remembers dancing and dancing to the live music. And then when her mother would make her go to bed, she'd sit and watch from the window above in their 2nd story apartment.

Moxie started singing when she was just 5. The first memory of her singing was sitting in between her mom and dad in the front seat of the station wagon, all 5 siblings in the seats behind; on the radio came The Carpenters with, of all songs, 'Sing a Song'. So she began to sing and the car erupted with praises and 'oh isn't she so cute'. She said she remembered thinking to herself that singing makes other people happy. That, she believes, is why she still does it to this day, and always will. 'And', she chimes in with a grin, 'there's no way you've seen the best of me yet.'

I myself admire the tenacity of this girl. She made it through the divorce of her parents at 5, which she vividly remembers, and the untimely death of her mother when she was just fourteen. If you really know her and ask her, she'll tell you straight out that the death of her mother 'wrecked' her. And she says, music saved her. You'd never know the pain she carries of it all. When you find her, you'll find her pressing on. And usually in the best mood. Her main goal in life is to help hurting people. And if she's not working tirelessly on her music or spending time with her two kids, she's helping someone: the neighbor, the Boy's and Girl's Club, giving blankets to the Samaritan Center, giving her money to charity, singing for any charity function free of charge etc, etc. This girl really is a live poster board for helping people. She just came up to check on me, and said I said too much. Too bad, I'm keeping it.

Many of the titles on her current album have made their way to TV, on shows like 'Smallville' and 'Numbers'. And 3 of the tracks on this album will also be on the launch of MTV'S 'M' NETWORK IN JAN. '08. Titles to be announced.

Currently being managed by Cindy Toth of 'Skyview Studios', Moxie looks forward to expediting music and bookings now that she is working with new representation. Look for the new album 'Rock Meets Chocolate' in Spring of '08.

Finally for now, if you get a chance to see this girl live, don't miss it! It's hard to explain how you'll walk out feeling, most people don't have words for the powerhouse voice and moving 'soulular' songs that is Moxie. Just... don't miss it you'll be kicking yourself later, that you had the chance to see her in an intimate setting and wasn't a part of history.

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