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Nashville Recording Artist Sophia McIntosh To Perform at “Talons Out Honor Flight” Fundraiser

Sophia Mcintosh, 15, Nashville’s newest recording artist will perform Saturday, August 7, 4 – 9 p.m., at Cornwell’s Turkeyville, 18935 15 1/2 Mile Rd., Marshall, MI.

Nashville recording artist Sophia McIntosh was born and raised into a musical family. Her parents, Michael McIntosh and Emily Jamieson, are well known for their high energy performances as lead singers in the group Drop 35. As a result, Sophia has been singing and performing since she was very young. At age 15, she is an accomplished singer, songwriter and pianist with maturity well beyond her years. Sophia’s vocal range extends five octaves with her greatest strength in the upper register. Industry leaders describe her tone as similar to Adele or Lauren Daigle. Her songs range from heartfelt ballads to up-tempo music ready for the radio. Sophia had formal vocal training with Tony Award winner Alice Ripley, Broadway and film star Curtis Holbrook, and a host of Michigan talents. She also developed performance skills early on through theater and competitive dance, starting at age five.

Sophia’s full length album is currently in production. In addition to writing her own music, Sophia has enjoyed co-writes with two-time Grammy Award winner Rebecca Lynn Howard, Nashville song writer Rick Beresferd, and newcomers Linde LaChance and Brian Maher. Her songs are fresh with very seasoned vocals. When Sophia sings, people listen.

 

About Talons Out

The Honor Flight Network (Talons Out is West Michigan’s representative) is a national network comprised of independent hubs working together in furtherance of the Honor Flight mission, which is to transport America’s veterans to Washington D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to honoring those who have served and sacrificed for our country.