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Mindy Gledhill

Mindy GledhillMindy spent her early years in Eureka, California, surrounded by musical genres from classical to rock. When she was 13, the family moved to Spain, where her father was a mission president for the Church. In Spain, Mindy’s cultural horizons broadened, and she was exposed to passion in music. The family relocated to Utah when Mindy was 16.

In Utah, Mindy began voice training. She majored in media music in college. She met and married Ryan Gledhill, and together they have three beautiful blond sons.

Her first album, The Sum of All Grace, earned her two Pearl Awards  (Best Inspirational Album, New Recording Artist) in 2005.  She won another Pearl (Best Inspirational Song) in 2006 for her contribution on a compilation album. She then left her label to broaden her horizons. Her second album, Feather in the Wind, explores a greater range of musical and vocal styles. That album was followed with Anchor in 2010, which she self-released, as were her next two albums, Winter Moon (2011), and Pocketful of Poetry in 2013.

Mindy has had her songs featured in a variety of TV shows (So You Think You Can Dance, Bones, 20/20), joined a humanitarian expedition in Kenya where she sang and danced for/with women and elementary school kids and factory workers, had her third child, released a Christmas album, sang with orchestras, led a creative retreat to Morocco, had a #1 single in Korea, had a song in a beautiful commercial that aired during the Olympics, sang from rooftops, plotted from treetops, laughed, cried, and basically just lived life.

Mindy recently formed a band with her brother-in-law, Dustin Gledhill, with a more alternative sound, called Hive Riot.

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