Melanie Redmond
Background information
Born UK
Occupation Vocalist, music related business
Years active 1980s-present
Associated acts Duran Duran
Bill Wyman

Melanie Redmond is a British vocalist and music related career woman, who has toured with musical artists including Duran Duran.


Melanie is currently working in music management (Will Heard, Indiah, Matthew Marston, Maestro, LPW) after 3 years as the head of publishing at Trevor Horn's publishing company, Perfect Songs. Before that she worked for seven years in A + R at Sony ATV Music Publishing.

Beginning her career as a session singer, Melanie in the 1980s and early 1990s toured with artists including Bob Geldof, The The, Bill Wyman, and performing with Duran Duran during The Big Live Thing Tour.

She has also worked with artists such as Dolly Parton, Donny Osmond, Chris Rea, Sting and featured in Andy Taylor's 1990 "Lola" video.

In 2003, Melanie became part of a very successful pop quartet of over-forty women, a Chiswick, UK based group calling itself Fortyfied, created and produced by Keith Chegwin's twin brother, Jeff Chegwin.

A selection of creditsEdit

  • In Japan - Duran Duran
  • Dogs of Lust - The The
  • Anyway The Wind Blows - Bill Wyman & the Rhythm Kings


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