Singer/songwriter, Dollie Meredith, debuted her first single, “Smile” at just 14 years old. Dollie signed an artist development deal with MegaBite Music Group in 2017 where she began cultivating her sound with award-winning, multi-platinum selling, songwriter and producer, Anthony Little, and former RCA/BNA recording artist, songwriter and producer, Jennifer Day. “Songs flow from Dollie effortlessly,” explains Jennifer. “She broaches difficult tween topics with courage and compassion. She has a calling to lift the spirits of those around her, and that is what makes her music so powerful.”
Dollie trains at the renowned, Nashville, TN based Brett Manning Studios. Mr. Manning, her vocal coach is best known for his work with Taylor Swift, Leona Lewis and Keith Urban. “We will never forget the phone call from an ecstatic coach informing us of her impressive 6 and a half octave range,” shares Anthony Little. “It always excites me to work with artists that work harder than I do. It shows a real level of commitment necessary for success in this industry.” With a contagious, positive energy and a strong message of hope, Dollie’s unique vision came to life as she collaborated with a variety of street musicians, student musicians, studio musicians and producers for the production of “Smile".
Dollie’s creative team grew in 2018 with the addition of Linda Lopez, international social media marketer and manager of Cover Nation who has collectively secured over 50 million views for her clients’ music videos. “Dollie has a natural performance ability,” explains Linda who produced her YouTube page in the early stages. Fast forward to 2020 and 17 year old Dollie worked with co writer Ethan Sak who on the original "Strange Love", which tackles the subjects of grief, loss and the redeeming power of love using complex lyrics and haunting vocals. 2021 will start with a bang when a collaboration with Craig Groove and Koch House sees the release of another original, "Girls".
Raised in Alabama, Dollie Meredith is the youngest of four siblings. She often turned to music for solace and comfort growing up. She especially relied on her music once her brothers left home for college and the military. “Music really got me through some tough times, whether it was criticism from peers, or missing my brothers, music is the one thing that restores me……”
Dollie is overjoyed knowing that her music, embodying her message of hope, will somehow, even if in just a small way, makes the world a kinder place.
DOLLIE FUN FACTS!!
Favorite Color: Pink
Favorite Candy: toss up between Almond Joy and Skittles
Favorite food: cucumbers (yes really!), green beans, and chips & queso
Her playlist: Boy George (she knows EVERY lyric!), Chance the Rapper, the Go-Gos, Mumford & Sons, Drake, Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande.
Favorite shows: Gilmore Girls, Grey’s Anatomy and Friends