Megan Mullins life and biography

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Megan Mullins biography

Date of birth : 1987-11-24
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Fort Wayne, Indiana
Nationality : American
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-02-28
Credited as : Country music singer, Ain't What It Used to Be, Broken Bow

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Megan Mullins is an American country music artist signed to the independent Broken Bow Records label. At age eighteen, she made her debut on the country music scene with the single Ain't What It Used to Be, a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Her debut album was originally slated for release in 2006 but was never released.

At only 18 months old, Megan Mullins started Suzuki violin lessons. At age 3, she won the Indiana State Fair Showmanship award at the state fiddling championship, singing and playing "Rocky Top" and also began performing professionally with her brother, Marcus. At age 5, she performed on the Crook & Chase TV show.

At 10, Mullins became the youngest concertmaster in the Fort Wayne Youth Symphony. She won the Ohio Grand Champion fiddle contest at age 10 and the Young Artist Classical Competition in Fort Wayne at age 11. She and Marcus performed on the Grand Ole Opry when she was just 14. A year later, she graduated from high school.

Mullins is proficient in fiddle, mandolin, guitar, viola, piano, accordion, clarinet and cello. In 2005 and 2006, she served as the utility player in the house band for the country music TV series, Nashville Star.

She charged her first single, "Ain't What It Used to Be," in 2006 on Broken Bow Records. In May 2009, she released "Long Past Gone," a single for Stoney Creek Records, a new imprint of Broken Bow. Her first album is expected to be released later in 2009.

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