April 01, 2020

MICHI is an award-winning international LGBTQ+ Indie Artist, currently ranked #1 on Reverbnation's Spain Indie Music Charts.

Raised in a conservative, blue-collar community in the south, MICHI came out by breaking out. At the age of 20, she won the "Gay Pride Battle of the Bands" contest as a solo artist, earning the headlining performance at the Virginia Gay Pride Festival. Two years later, she would go on to release her first single, "Change," to much acclaim, earning a position in the soundtrack of a full-length feature film and winning 8th place in a U.S. national songwriting competition.

Since deciding to pursue music full-time, MICHI's musical history has been moving forward ever since. She has traveled the world, with her miniature rainbow guitar in tow, selling out venues in thirteen venues and counting. This past June, Michi and her band performed for the ninth-consecutive year on the main stage at the U.S. Capital Pride Festival in Washington D.C., in front of a crowd of 250,000. It is on this stage that Michi and her band have opened for numerous international recording artists including Miley Cyrus, DJ Marshmello, Zara Larsson, Carly Rae Jepsen, Meghan Trainor, Alessia Cara, Betty Who, Troye Sivan, Kelly Rowland, and Icona Pop.

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Watch MICHI's music video "Roses"


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