Bianca Merkley

Bianca MerkleyBianca Merkley is a singer, songwriter from Salt Lake City, Utah. Her genre is Folk Pop. Not only is she a singer and songwriter but she also plays guitar. Engineer and Producer, Gilles Reeves stated, “…Bianca manages to weave…styles together into a wonderful unified tapestry of sound…With songs about life, love songs, songs of personal discovery and just some plain fun songs, Bianca covers lots of ground–all the while firmly establishing her sound.”

Bianca was recently featured on Our Stage.com and MTV as one of their “Needle in the Haystack” artists of the week. They described her sound as “tasty” and “rivaling that of Tori Amos and Jewel.” A variety of music and lifestyle blogs have also praised her music. In one of her blog posts, lifestyle blogger Candace commented, “[Bianca’s music] has a sound that’s both pure and edgy at the same time–which I think is pretty remarkable.”

Tori and Jewel are just two of the influences on Bianca’s music. She is also influenced by everything from traditional Hymns and other Americana to the Mariachi music of her youth. Speaking about her younger days as a singer, she said, “Bianca says, “Even though I had to wear and sing some pretty ridiculous things in my day, I have to say that those experiences have really shaped me and helped me develop as a singer-songwriter and performer.”

Bianca Merkley is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She has released three albums – A Part of Me, Promise, and At the Heart of It. Her music is available on YouTube, Spotify, and Soundcloud.

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