Mel Fine is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter out of Boston, MA. Drawing inspiration from her many influences including Ed Sheeran, Etta James, Sam Smith, Lake Street Dive, and Amy Winehouse, Mel fuses elements of old soul with modern acoustic pop to create unique and riveting music. Mel captivates audiences around New England with her loop-station performances, meaningful lyrics, and spunky personality. She has performed at many notable places including Berkshire Pride, The Red Room, The Middle East Club, and The Topsfield Fair. Recently, Melissa was nominated for New Act of the Year in the New England Music Awards.
By the age of 18, Mel released two albums which each feature 9 original songs, many of which Mel also produced. At 14, Mel dropped her debut album, Here To Stay, which landed 43rd on the iTunes New Pop Releases chart within the first week of its publication. Into The Storm, her second album, dropped in 2018 along with music videos for her songs "Conscience" and "Rainbow Eyes."
Currently, Mel is a scholarship student at Berklee College of Music where she double majors in songwriting and music production and engineering.