Biography

Five-time Pearl Award-winning singer/songwriter, April Meservy (pronounced: muh-SIR-vee), has been featured on albums and compilations released all over the world, as well as in film and commercial spots. Having toured nearly 50 cities throughout the Western and Midwestern United States, after the release of her debut album, Somewhere Between Sunsets, Meservy has had the opportunity to perform extensively alongside Russian tour-mate, Nikki Forova.  April's latest EP, a stirring folk/Americana album of covers titled THE GOOD-MORROWincludes intimate arrangements and stripped-down production featuring collaborator Paul Jacobsen's backing vocals and guitar-work.

April's U2 cover of "With or Without You" is currently being featured in the short performance routine of Canadian pair figure skaters, Eric Radford and Meagan Duhamel, in their bid this season for the 2018 Winter Olympics. These 2x World champions, 7x Canadian National champions, and Olympic silver-medalists discuss how they came to use April's recording on Megan's blog
 
Recently a Posi Award Finalist in the "Social Action and Justice" category in the 11th Annual Posi Music Awards, April performed her nominated original song at the awards ceremony held in Tampa, Florida. Her music video, "Truth Speak," was also a 2016 Posi Award Finalist in the "Music Video" category and was featured at the festival. 

Originally hailing from Reno, Nevada and currently living in Provo, Utah, April has brought her love for singing and songwriting to her performances in places as far away as China and as close as Salt Lake City, such as her invitation to sing in Salt Lake City's Olympic Square during the 2002 Winter Olympics. She has performed alongside platinum-selling singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson, CAKE, Lindsey Stirling, David Archuleta, among other notable musicians across the country from Los Angeles to Boston and has been a featured artist at venues such as Seattle's Jewelbox Theater and The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.

April can regularly be found in the recording studio. Diverse in style, her vocals can be heard on recordings ranging from folk/pop and jazz/blues to contemporary gospel and dance/electronica. As a recognition of the quality of her studio work, April was on the 2011 Grammy Entry List (the first round ballot used to determine the official nominees) in 8 different categories with her release of Somewhere Between Sunsets. She has also been honored with three Pearl Awards for "Studio Vocalist of the Year," as well as two additional Pearl awards in the categories of "Devotional Recorded Song" and "Contemporary Recording of the Year" (for the EFY song, "The Light"). She was also honored to receive an award from the Interfaith Power & Light Earth Song Competition for the song, "Marks of My Path," which was featured on her freshman album.  

April's love for songwriting has led her to various publishing and recording offers. In 2007, she created her own independent label, Forêt d'Musique, (Jèrriais: "Forest of Music") on which she, and her small management team, continue to release new music.
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Reviews

Haunting and raspy in all the right ways. If you took the Nevada desert, Lana Del Rey's wistfulness, and mixed it up with a cocktail of sage and sky…this recording is what you’d get.”

— Mia T, Singer-Songwriter

A nice earthy, indie ballad. I could definitely hear this in a movie.

– Adam James, Producer
The April Meservy Band is sometimes soulful, sometimes blithe, but always passionate.”

— Carli Cutchin, Reno News & Review

"Like Eva Cassidy, April crosses many genres  there’s even a Bossa Nova on the new release. The debut album manages to be contemporary while sounding timeless. A wonderfully engaging collection."

– Dennis Carter, Author
I love music. 37,000 songs on my iTunes. I just heard the best album I have heard in ten years. Somewhere Between Sunsets by April Meservy. WOW!”

— Doug Johnston, Managing Editor, The Morgan County News

"I can honestly say this is one of the best albums I own. It's not a CD where you skip through half the songs to get to your two or three favorites. It's a journey that invites the listener to feel and think. It's someone putting their heart out on their sleeve, inviting you to take it and relate."

– Nicole Sheahan, Deseret News (For full article, click HERE)
Great tunes and good arrangements, you don't often hear that combination these days.”

— Marty Wereski, MarTunes Music

"April's voice is very versatile, and has both a very modern 'now' sound as well as a 'timeless' sound...a priceless combination."  

 
 – Aaron Merrill, Composer/Music Producer