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Wynne Dillon

New Jersey indigenous Wynne Dillon produced her saving debut as an adolescent, singing the vocal monitor for a favorite Christmas melody penned by Christian singer/songwriter Ed Nicholson. Just a couple years afterwards, the young vocalist had surfaced with her very own pop-oriented design that was even more consistent with modern songstresses like Michelle Branch and Vanessa Carlton. Released in 2006, soon after graduating senior high school, her self-titled debut EP highlighted five original monitors and a cover of Don Henley’s “End from the Innocence” that showcased her solid vocals and uplifting, heartfelt design. Following university and a relocation to NY, Dillon started to showcase songs, releasing a small number of acoustic singles via her Bandcamp web page.

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