Hayley Reardon

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  • Hayley Reardon

    This show was on Jul 24th, 2016 | 17 people watched
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    • Jul 24
      It was fun to see you "live" Hayley. It's been a while. I checked my email just about 15 minutes before you started, and had time to watch about 5 songs. Nice job. Barbara
    • Jul 25
      Nothing more to add. Perfect. See you in Europe next year!
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  • Hayley Reardon

    This show was on Oct 4th, 2014 | 9 people watched
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Bio

"You will know more, be more, feel more, see more than anyone will give you credit for” sings Boston-based singer/songwriter, Hayley Reardon about midway through her sparkling upcoming release, “Good.”

While offering a subtle pep-talk to the listener, Reardon simultaneously sums up herself and her humble approach to songwriting with this one lyric alone. The light in her voice, her... more

"You will know more, be more, feel more, see more than anyone will give you credit for” sings Boston-based singer/songwriter, Hayley Reardon about midway through her sparkling upcoming release, “Good.”

While offering a subtle pep-talk to the listener, Reardon simultaneously sums up herself and her humble approach to songwriting with this one lyric alone. The light in her voice, her lyrics, and her unique approach to both life and song has the uncanny ability to draw the listener inward to a place of truth, clarity and reflection.

Born in 1996 just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, Hayley Reardon discovered a passion for writing folk songs on her mother’s old guitar at a very young age. She quickly established a name for herself in the storied Cambridge, Massachusetts folk scene.

Reardon was named a Bostonian of the Year by the Boston Globe Magazine in 2012 in celebration of not only her music but her work to use it as a vessel for empowerment. With a voice that is distinctively rich and a contemplative sincerity in her songwriting, Reardon has far more in common with Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, and Tracy Chapman than many of today’s young pop singer/songwriters, boasting a lyrical and melodic weight far beyond her years.

Performer Magazine describes her music as “brilliantly moving folk/pop with a lyrical depth and soul,” while American Songwriter Magazine refers to Numb and Blue, the lead single from Wayfindings, as “a melancholy little masterpiece.”

Her latest album, entitled Good (Fall 2016 release) was entirely fan-funded by a highly successful Kickstarter campaign. The music is a dazzling reflection of a period of immense growth and change, as lush arrangements surround the heart felt and humble rawness of Hayley’s writing.

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