Mindy Gledhill is an indie singer-songwriter from Eureka, California. She has worked with the DJ Kaskade, Katie Herzig, Meaghan Smith, and Julie Feeney. Additionally, she performs alongside her brother-in-law as Hive Riot. She describes her music as a sound “that will leave you floating like a scoop of vanilla cream in strawberry soda.”
She appears on the Grammy-nominated album Fire & Ice from Kaskade, has had several songs appear featured on prime-time television shows such as Bones and So You Think You Can Dance . Gledhill has had success with her own independent albums as well as releases when she was signed to labels.
Gledhill spent time living in Spain as a teenager and gained a love of of the country and learned Spanish. She attended Brigham Young University for college and currently lives in Utah with her husband. Her music has become especially popular with bloggers and YouTubers, who often feature her work in their videos or writings. In the 2012 edition of the annual “Utah’s 40 Under 40” in Utah Valley Business Q Magazine, Gledhill was featured and recognized for her work. During that same year she was featured on the cover of Utah Valley Magazine. Her music has reached #1 in Korea and been featured in a commercial for the Olympics.
Aside from creating music at home, Gledhill has also spent time doing humanitarian work in Kenya. She has also led a creative retreat held in Morocco, and had a sold-out tour in Japan. The culmination of her experiences and thoughts provided the material for her latest album, Pocketful of Poetry.
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