Mindy Gledhill is a singer and songwriter from Eureka, California, who is best known for the songs "I Do Adore" and "Anchor". She is also known for being a guest vocalist for DJ Kaskade.
|Born||March 7, 1981|
|Origin||Eureka, California, United States|
|Genres||Pop, indie folk, folk rock|
|Website||Mindy Gledhill's Official site|
|Mindy Gledhill's Facebook|
Indie folk singer-songwriter best known for singles like 2011's "Crazy Love," which topped the Korean charts. She is also known for her many collaborations with DJ Kaskade.
She attended Bringham Young University in Utah and first gained a following via YouTube.
She was featured on Kaskade's album Fire and Ice, which topped the Billboard Dance charts and was nominated for a Best Dance/Electronica Album Grammy.
She has three children with her husband.
Her 2013 album Pocketful of Poetry featured contributions by fellow pop star Jason Mraz.
- Utah Musicians
- Latter-day Saints
- American folk singer
Latest information about Mindy Gledhill updated on April 28 2021.