DONNA MARIE SONGS
Singer-songwriter, music maker and coffee addict
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT DONNA-MARIE
Donna Marie, a singer-songwriter hailing from the North-West of England in a town called Warrington. Her songwriting style mixes musical genres that have inspired her as a musician. Deeply routed in ‘story telling’ and melodies that stay with you.
Donna's most recently featured on GEORGE 'Jazzman' HOLLIDAY’S debut album 'MADE ON THE ROAD Volume 1' which was co-written on George's travelling studio bus back in 2019.
With a wide and varied musical background, not only does Donna release music under DONNA MARIE SONGS but also D.M.O and has had several hits in the E.D.M genre and mostly recently featured on the track Liam Keegan & Steve Robinson ft DMO - All I think about is you, reaching worldwide number 7 in the MUSIC WEEK dance charts.
Donna has also been hired as a contributor for FUTURE PUBLISHING to provide vocal samples & has a full page layout in COMPUTER MUSIC MAGAZINE.
She created CLIMBING MOUNTAIN RECORDS so that she could release her own music. Her debut release ‘BROKEN LOVE’ EP (2015) hit the UK Country iTunes chart reaching number 5. Several singles later and her followers and streams are steadily growing.
‘ON THE ROAD’ was picked up by popular Spotify curator playlist ‘VERY NEARLY NASHVILLE’ already achieving over 112,000 plays. BBC introducing has also championed 'ON THE ROAD' as one of the shows producers picks. She's also been nominated for a number of awards including best musician and best country artist.
Before the pandemic hit Donna was a musician and vocalist as part of 'Dominic Halpin & The Hurricanes' for the hit theatre show 'A COUNTRY NIGHT IN NASHVILLE' playing across the UK in some of the most prestigious venues.
During lockdown Donna released several singles including a rip, roaring duet with Patrick Jordan and her own fresh take on ‘Del Amitri’s NOTHING EVER HAPPENS and is currently working on a new body of work including being part of 'The Songs & Stories Collective' with Sarah Yeo & Tennessee Twin.