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About Tegan Marie
With a larger-than-life voice, Tegan Marie, age 15, was discovered by girls’ media platform Sweety High and went on to become the youngest female musician to sign to a major country label (Warner Music Nashville) in 45 years. Following the release of fun-filled tracks “Keep It Lit” and “I Know How to Make a Boy Cry,” she is currently in the studio working with hit-makers Scott Hendricks (Blake Shelton) and Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift) on new music. Since first breaking onto the scene, she’s catapulted into the national spotlight with performances on ABC’s Good Morning America, NBC’s TODAY, and PBS’s Smokey Robinson: The Gershwin Prize, in addition to appearances on the Radio Disney Music Awards (2017–18). As her videos continue to gain a wide audience (over 200 million views), Tegan Marie has performed at the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium, Stagecoach, and the CMA Music Fest, and she’s shared the stage with artists such as Cam, Hunter Hayes, and Kelsea Ballerini while partnering with Pepsi MidAmerica for a tour across the Midwest. Critics took notice of the young star’s talent with Billboard, Huffington Post, and Rolling Stone naming her in their 2018 watch lists and with USA Today hailing, “[Tegan] Marie has the personality and the voice of a future star, and she definitely has the always hard-to-define ‘It.’” A regular on Radio Disney Country, Tegan Marie is taking her undeniable charm to a different kind of stage this holiday season, joining Seinfeld’s John O’Hurley (Captain Hook) and Disney Channel’s Garrett Clayton (Peter Pan) in the role of Wendy in Peter Pan and Tinker Bell—a Pirates Christmas at Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center (running December 13–23, 2018).