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Gorgeous, haunting indie-folk crafted with an impressive array of instruments.


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Gorgeous, haunting indie-folk, where every note and lyric penetrates deep into your skin.


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“Maiah’s music transcends the mundane. It goes above the ‘that song sounds good’ level. I can hear the potential for her to become a future songstress that others will be imitating. She’s that good” -Eclectic Arts, Mark Sugiyama

Maiah has the kind of hauntingly beautiful voice that can cause a room full of people to fall still, silently taking in every word and note. At just 22, she is making waves in the folk/pop world, receiving accolades from NPR’s All Songs Considered, KEXP and OPB Music.

She has performed on large stages and in intimate settings including featured appearances at Sundance Film Festival and South by Southwest. Wynne is known for playing up to 4 instruments at the same time during her shows, often while wearing butterfly wings. Maiah most recently won the international Music from the Moon competition, and she is currently collaborating on an EP with Alex Lifeson and Andy Curran.


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“Maiah’s music transcends the mundane. It goes above the ‘that song sounds good’ level. I can hear the potential for her to become a future songstress that others will be imitating. She’s that good”

- Mark Sugiyama, Eclectic Arts

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Maiah has the kind of hauntingly beautiful voice that can cause a room full of people to fall still, silently taking in every word and note. At just 22 she is making waves in the folk/pop world. Receiving accolades from music outlets like NPR All Songs Considered, KEXP and OPB music.

Outside of the folk/pop world, Maiah is currently collaborating on an EP with Alex Lifeson of Rush. As a testament to her strength as a songwriter and lyricist, Lifeson stated that Maiah has “the ability to deliver an emotive soundscape as a platform to lyrics both personal and universal.”

Earning the title “One Woman Tour De Force”, Maiah has already written hundreds of songs on an impressive array of instruments including the dulcimer, keys, guitar, uke, banjo, and more. She is known for playing up to 4 instruments at the same time during her shows, often while wearing butterfly wings. Most recently, she won the international Music from the Moon contest with her original song. As the winner, she was awarded a trip to the Space and Rocket center to perform for the Apollo astronauts, ten thousand dollars, and a recording session at legendary FAME studios.

“What made us fall for her even more was her drive to use her talents to make a difference.” says 30A Magazine. Maiah has donated time, portions of song sales, concerts, and music to organizations like MMIW USA, First Aid Arts, and Misool Foundation.  

Follow the butterfly, you won’t be disappointed.


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“To experience Maiah Wynne is to follow a wandering butterfly as it leads you away to a land of delicate melodies, mid-tempo folk rhythms, and perfectly tailored instrumentation."

Maiah Wynne is a multi-instrumentalist, one-woman tour de force, with a show that appeals to people of all ages and backgrounds. Throughout her performances, Maiah fluently transitions through unique and traditional instruments, like the dulcimer, oil can ukulele, keys, and guitar, while her feet do the percussive work. Adept at embodying a mood or theme in one song and then swapping it for another, what emerges is a shifting and engaging experience threaded through by Wynne’s haunting, evocative voice and earnest lyrics.

Artists like Maiah Wynne remind us that we have a choice in how we engage with the world. Wynne is intentional in the subjects she chooses to write about. She believes in art—music in particular—as a means for change and has dedicated projects to causes including the preservation of ocean life and mental health. 

She has performed on large stages and in intimate settings including featured appearances at Sundance Film Festival and South by Southwest. Maiah most recently won the international Music from the Moon competition, and she is currently collaborating on an EP with Alex Lifeson and Andy Curran.