One of the most versatile artists you’ll come across in music, MISY is a limitless, powerful figure. Spanning genres, styles, and influences, MISY creates a unique sound with singer/songwriter, folk, pop, and alternative flare. A California girl at heart, she is a self-proclaimed “hippie soul with an edge,” sharing emotional, honest musical pieces that she hopes will connect with you.
Having opened for prominent pop acts like Tyler Ward and the Jonas Brothers, MISY is an incredible live performer who effortlessly showcases her wide vocal range and strong musicianship abilities. Starting in musical theatre at a young age, she was invited to attend the Musical Theatre University at age 13 (founded by David Green) where she was trained in improv, acting, dancing, and singing. There, she got the opportunity to be in a Stephen Schwartz Showcase (Wicked, Godspell, Pocahontas, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Enchanted) alongside Broadway stars. Perhaps if she hadn’t fallen in love with songwriting, she would have gone on to Broadway.
Instead, life lead her to Nashville, TN after high school to begin a career in music. She began playing out regularly and quickly secured weekly spots downtown while also co-writing with other artists. Her first songwriter cut, “Maroon Five” by Spencer Jordan, has over 730,000 Spotify streams and her second cut, “Never Was” by Tyler Rayn, has over 120,000 streams. During the worldwide pandemic, MISY released 13 songs, 9 of which she co-produced with her engineer and production partner, Bradley Carter. As she dives deeper into the production world, she strives to be in the wave of women producers of the future.
Aside from music, MISY is passionate about art, animals, spirituality, and humanitarian efforts. She was involved with the Special Olympics when she lived in Southern California, where she even got to provide entertainment. Honoring and preserving our Earth are important to her, and she was the girl that went to the beach by herself just to pick up trash. In Nashville, she regularly volunteers at the Nashville Humane Association where she cares for animals needing adopting. Her own black cats, Billie Jean and Doc Martin, regularly show up in her social media posts. She strongly advocates for mental health, herbal medicine, and body positivity. Spirituality has become incredibly important to her as she matures. You can often find her doing yoga, meditating with her cats, reading books, and caring for her many houseplants. MISY hopes to not only connect with you through her music, but to actively change the world through all of the work she’s doing.