Abby Miracle (age 21) is a singer/songwriter from the small town of Opelika, Alabama. Abby has been singing in front of crowds since age 6, and hasn’t stopped since. Abby has been logging song ideas, lyrics and melodies since about age 10. At age 15, she purchased her first ukulele and fell in love. Knowing how to play an instrument, the songwriting possibilities then seemed endless to Abby. She started taking songwriting instruction from award winning folk songwriter, Dave Potts, summer of 2014. Later that summer, Abby finally picked up the guitar and started taking lessons; because she, as her teacher said “needed to step up to 6 strings”. In the fall of 2014, Abby started a band, but with members coming and going, the band ended in 2016. In spring of 2015, she released her first full length album of all original music, “Colorful”. The era of this record included love songs, flower crowns, catchy melodies, ukuleles and everything tie dye/rainbow. In the current era, some of the best trademarks of Abby Miracle remain. Miracle still wears flower crowns while playing some shows, her hair has taken on the “Colorful” trademark, she still writes catchy melodies, and she is very rarely found without a ukulele on hand. Abby’s latest album, “my story, my song”, was released on February 23, 2018 and can be streamed and purchased from her bandcamp site. “my story, my song” can also now be purchased or streamed on almost all music sites. Abby writes new songs on a weekly basis and still strives for growth in her musical abilities.