Margie Hauser Is a Music Industry Veteran
Margie Hauser is an indie singer/songwriter who has been exploring music since she was a teenager in the 80s and is now reaching a whole new audience. With her debut album, she is one of the most talked about indie artists who has just dropped her first EP under her label called The Margie Hauser Band, which was released in May of 2016. She also recently released her second EP independently. Margie also writes and plays her music and is signed with CMI/ASCAP. She has now been featured in several films and TV commercials and has been nominated for several Indie Music Awards. Hauser is a native of Long Island, New York. She is an indie folk singer/songwriter who began writing songs in 1988 when she was just 16 years old.
Margie Hauser has worked with several established artists, producers, and composers as both a writer and a vocalist and has collaborated with both ASCAP and BMI writers. She has worked on music projects with many prestigious organizations, including the American Heart Association, Hasbro Toys, Walt Disney Entertainment Studios, and PBS Kids. Her work can be heard in films such as America’s Funniest Mommy Moments, along with working on songs for episodes of The Queen Latifah Show, My Wife & Kids, and The Drew Carey Show.
Hauser was born on Long Island, New York. Margie spent her childhood years in a family that supported and encouraged her love of music. Her mother is an accomplished violinist and ballerina; her father was also a musician and an accordion player. Hauser began writing songs as a teenager with the encouragement of her parents. From the time she was 16 years old up until today, she has written well over 75 songs. At an early age, Hauser also wrote poetry and was known to write a song in her head before she penned one of her songs on paper.
Hauser’s success has come from her ability to write a song for any occasion, venue, and style. In her early years, she gained valuable experience by performing as a lead vocalist in several bands. Hauser also spent time as a background vocalist for many groups and artists. She has shared the stage with notable stars like Burt Bacharach, Dionne Warwick, Olivia Newton-John, and Lee Greenwood.