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Skye MacKay

Skye Mackay began her vocal training at the University of Redlands when she was just seven years old.  While at the university, she studied both classical and modern opera.  To add to her skill-set as a performer, from 2007-2009, she learned the dramatic arts at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in Hollywood, California. It was there that she performed as a singer and actress in many stage plays.

In 2009, Skye studied music at The Gordonstoun School in Elgin, Scotland.¬† While there‚ her mother’s homeland‚ she met and performed with students from all over the world.

Musically, Skye’s vocal talents are embellished by her skills as both a guitarist and keyboardist. She is also interested in learning other instruments that will give her a better understanding of how all music speaks through a common language.

Skye’s desire to learn all she can about music is endless. Skye is the first to tell you that music defines her life. Every day she sees that the power of music can change lives in very real, positive ways and that makes her happy. She continues to spend countless hours in recording studios producing and performing on multiple tracks for herself, as well as other artists in various genres. She also continues to pursue and refine her vocal, musicianship, and songwriting talents.

Skye is a graduate of the Musicians Institute: College of Contemporary Music in vocal performance. As a solo artist, she recently completed additional music studies in the college’s Independent Artist Program: writing, performing, and producing tracks for her first album called “Conviction”.

She is also breaking new ground with her new sound: “Titanium Rock”, her upcoming debut EP “Conviction”, and her self-titled band “S K Y E M A C K A Y”.

Skye is determined to succeed as an internationally renowned recording artist, performing on stages all over the world.

Stay tuned…


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