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Melodie Crittenden

Origin  Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA
Name  Melodie Crittenden
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter
Role  Musical Artist

Instruments  Vocals
Music group  Selah (Since 2005)
Years active  1998-present
Genres  Country, Christian music
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Labels  Asylum/Elektra, Sandman (solo) Curb (in Selah)
Associated acts  Alan Jackson Selah Allan Hall Todd Smith (Selah)
Albums  Greatest Hymns, Hope of the Broken World, Bless the Broken Road: Th, Melodie Crittenden, Dream With Me Tonight

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Melodie Crittenden (born in Shawnee, Oklahoma) is an American country and Christian music artist. She initially recorded a self-titled debut album for Asylum/Elektra Records in 1998, the same year that she charted with her rendition of "Bless the Broken Road" (her version was titled simply "Broken Road"); she would later record the song a second time as a member of the gospel group Selah.

Crittenden has released two studio albums, starting with her self-titled debut in 1998. A third album, entitled The Woman I Am, was slated for release around 2004 but was never released.

As of 2016, Crittenden is a member of the Eagles tribute band Eaglemaniacs, which also includes Ron Hemby, formerly of The Buffalo Club.


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