Madison Malone is a singer, songwriter, producer, and activist. Madison's music is featured on ABC's General Hospital (where she also appears as Nurse Madison), Netflix's Archibald's Next Big Thing, & PBS's 30 Minute Music Hour; and documentaries such as The Unknown Tour by Lake Effect Films & upcoming release, Gather, by Sanjay Rawal & Executive Producer, Jason Mamoa. She has shared stages with JP Saxe, Vincint, David Ryan Harris, Kaleo, Wrabel, Tall Heights, Rozzi Crane.
Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Madison grew up in the same small town that her family lived in for generations. Once moving to LA in late 2016, Madison immediately got tapped to write music for Celine Dion. This led to selling out stages & festivals across the US. From Los Angeles's Troubadour to New York City's Rockwood Music Hall, from Milwaukee's Summerfest where she was named Emerging Artist of the Year, to Austin's SXSW. Recently, Madison headlined a European tour expanding her fanbase & outreach worldwide.
Madison is a proud pansexual, bilingual songstress who works toward bringing love, comfort, and nostalgia to your ears. Her 2020 double EP "I&II" was produced by Justin Glasco (Andrew Bird, Meiko, Christina Perri) & mixed by Bryan Cook (OneRepublic, Radiohead, U2). "I&II" was released to critical acclaim by Pride, Earmilk, GuitarGirl, and more; the songs are a short story describing topics ranging from what it's like to be out & proud to memories of childhood nostalgia.