Meredith O’Connor is 17 years old and has already been trained in classical, Broadway, and pop vocals as well as theater and dance. She has also performed in productions such as “Annie”, “Grease”, and “Little Shop of Horrors”.
After spending middle school as an outsider, she was discovered by a Miss Teen/USA scout who put her to work as a model, actress, and (obviously) a singer.
Meredith’s songs speak to young people who are deciding who they want to be. “Celebrity” beautifully expresses her “prove them wrong” attitude when it comes to people who have treated you unfairly.
She has been hard at work in the studio and her self-titled EP is now available.
As a result of being picked on as a young teen, Meredith uses her music to support an anti-bullying platform. Through her powerful, emotional voice and skilled songwriting, she provides fuel to empower and encourage young adults to stand up and not be afraid.
Stylistically her music is a mixture of pop, rock, and country. Taylor Swift comes to mind while listening.
As an actress, she will be taking the lead role in an upcoming anti-bullying horror film titled Red-Headed Randy. Her song, “The Game”, will be featured in the film.
Meredith is a young star and at this rate she’ll be close to “Celebrity” in no time.