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Singer/songwriter Maddi Warren grew up in Blue Eye, Missouri, a small town nestled in the Ozark Mountains. Growing up in a remote location, Maddi had to find ways to occupy her time, and music became her passion. She began writing and performing at the young age of 15. Her roots and experiences have molded her style/songs into what has been described as gritty, mountain, and soulful. 


Over the years Maddi has performed with a host of musicians, one of her most influential projects being Madison Avenue. This was the duo Maddi performed alongside drummer Dan Stricker. They played together for several years all over Missouri and Arkansas.


During this time Maddi continued to write and work on originals. She also started playing a few solo shows. This sparked the interest of her sister, Alli Butler, and together they formed an acoustic duo. The duo has seen great success playing shows across the US from the riverbanks of the Mississippi to the east coast. They finished up a western tour in July 2023, playing shows from Missouri to Montana.


Their harmonies flow effortlessly, coupled with a strong bass line, a suitcase drum kit, and an acoustic guitar.

Maddi has shared show bills with several prominent acts including, Dawson Hollow, Nate Fredrick, and The Ozark Mountain Daredevils.


In the fall of 2021, Maddi released her debut album, These Roads. She continues to write, record, and play live shows. Her newest album, Midwest Goodbye, will be released January 26, 2024.

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