Mylin | Last Call to Higher Ground

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Last Call to Higher Ground

by Mylin

Soulful mix of Pop/Rock/Country/Americana, with lyrical depth and attitude, rich harmonies, and anthem-style hooks.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome Home
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2. Venom
3:36 $0.99
3. Last Call to Higher Ground
4:05 $0.99
4. Drive to Nowhere
3:48 $0.99
5. American Girl II
4:06 $0.99
6. Rat Race
3:54 $0.99
7. Desert Bloom
3:59 $0.99
8. It's Too Late
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9. The Chase
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10. Miracle
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11. The End is You
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Album Notes
Born in the Philippines and having grown up in the U.S., Mylin has released 6 albums, including 4 on an
international major label. She’s sold over 85,000 albums and has been included on more than 50
compilation albums, selling over 1 million copies. She’s topped international charts with Mariah Carey,
Destiny’s Child, Sheryl Crow, Janet Jackson, Madonna, and U2.

Mylin has been featured in dozens of magazines and news programs, including, The E! Channel, A&E
Biography, CNN, The Disney Channel, and People magazine.

Growing up in Oklahoma, Mylin was handpicked to star on The Disney Channel’s The Mickey Mouse Club. After four years on the show, she signed a development deal with Atlantic Records in the U.S., before signing with the international major label, Avex Inc.

In 2008, Mylin signed a 4-year deal with a cosmetics company, with her own line of foxy faux nails called Mylin Fing’rs Edge, which has her on packaging and displays in over 3,000 Wal-Marts across the U.S. In March, she met with fashion editors with Teen Vogue, CosmoGirl!, Seventeen, People, and OK Magazine in New York City to promote the line.

Over the last 2 years, Mylin has played shows on multi-platinum artist Nick Lachey’s Tour, with Grammy-Winner Patti LaBelle, Grammy-Nominated Five for Fighting, Beth Hart, Jonatha Brooke, Mark Chesnutt, and Gary Sinise & the Lt. Dan Band, and 12 shows at U.S. military bases in support of the troops. She’s performed at venues including, The Nokia Theatre in New York City, Caesars Palace, Staples Center, The Roxy Theatre, Celebrity Theater in Las Vegas, and The Avalon Theatre in Hollywood.

Her father having been in the U.S. military, Mylin recently performed at the Air Force’s 60th Anniversary Ball at Edwards Air Force Base, and for the return of the Army’s 1st Cavalry Division from Iraq before 80,000 at Fort Hood, Texas in April. She’s also recently been invited on a USO Tour to Romania and an AFE Tour to Asia.

Mylin, who plays the guitar and piano, and is endorsed by Daisy Rock Guitars, has worked with a number of top producers in the music business, including Robin Thicke (Marc Anthony, Usher), David Frank (Christina Aguilera, Phil Collins), Howie Hersh (Mariah Carey, JaRule), Travon Potts (Christina Aguilera, Monica), Sander Selover (Hanson, Wild Orchid), and Ron Harris (Christina Aguilera).

Mylin recently performed at the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund benefit in Hollywood, hosted by Academy Award-winner Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives), and included fellow participants Wendy Malick (Just Shoot Me), Melina Kanakaredes (CSI:NY), Steven Weber (Wings), Lucy Lawless (Zena), Peri Gilpin (Frasier), and Melissa Peterman (Reba).

Mylin is a great American story. Born in the Philippines to a father in the U.S. Navy and a Filipino mother, Mylin’s father was encouraged to return to the U.S. without she and her mother due to his young age of 18 and their different backgrounds. The day he was to ship out, he got into a serious motorcycle accident. Badly injured in the hospital, he decided he didn't want to spend the rest of his life without Mylin and her mother. Two-year-old Mylin and her mother were flown to the U.S. in a C-130 military cargo plane, carrying the bodies of deceased U.S. soldiers. The trip took a week and a half.

“I almost never made it to the U.S.,” Mylin says. “I’m very thankful to be an American girl.”



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Donna Foust

An American Girl
Iv've known Mylin since she was a little girl.She and her family lived across the street from me. we adopted her and her family as our children and grandchilren...Mylin has always had so much talent, and was "An American Girl" from the beginning...I love this album its her best yet!.Way to go Mylin...Love you

Carol Hartman

You Go Girl!
This will definitely be a CD that you keep on the top of the pile. Mylin's newest disc is fantastic! Her songs continue to warm your heart and soul. I've had the fortune of hearing Mylin perform several times since I first met her at Edwards AFB in 2004. Not only is she an incredibly talented artist/musician, but she is equally one of the sweetest individuals that I have ever met. I can't wait to hear you perform again, Mylin! Hugs from back East!