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MENA HARDY Singer Songwriter Nominated for John Lennon Songwriting Award for “I’m A Loser at 17"
Mena Hardy Is Known For Creating Her Own Modern Breed Of Southern Rock N Roll - She Fronts A Southern Rock And Country Band Called The Shotgun Revolutionaries And Is Interviewed On Dare To Dream Radio With Debbi Dachinger.
Mena Hardy is known for creating her own modern breed of Southern Rock n Roll and currently fronts a Southern Rock and Country band called the Shotgun Revolutionaries which is currently on tour. The debut single on her EP "G Force" has been licensed to Canadian film and television and gained her much attention. Mena is touring extensively this year as well as recording a new album which has received funding from FACTOR, which is funded by the Canadian Government.
As the self-proclaimed "Queen of White Trash," Mena is one of the top up and coming rock female singer songwriters in Canadian radio which is mainly male dominated. She has often been refused at certain radio stations due to this fact however will continue to release her singles and earn the respect of the music community based on her performance and song writing quality. She has also had the opportunity to open for "Lighthouse"
She’s no slacker: Mena Hardy was a nominee in the rock category for the John Lennon Music awards, she received an art grant from the Canadian Government, received the Artist of the Month last May on CKXS 99.1fm in Wallaceburg, ON; her debut single "I'm A Loser At 17" charted at 78 on the Mediabase Active rock charts in its first week of release, final chart success of "I'm a loser at 17" ended up at 85 (Mediabase Active Rock in Canada), final chart success for the “Way She Goes” ended up at 108 (Mediabase Active Rock in Canada).
To learn more, listen to Debbi Dachinger as she interviews Mena Hardy on Dare to Dream radio, listen via podcast at: http://www.deborahdachinger.com/