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Monique Rhodes

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Origin  Dunedin, New Zealand
Role  Singer
Name  Monique Rhodes

Years active  2002 - Present
Albums  Awakening, Heart Beats
Monique Rhodes
Occupation(s)  Musician, Singer-songwriter, and record producer
Instruments  piano, guitar, violin, vocals

Lay down singer songwriter monique rhodes

Monique Rhodes is a singer, songwriter and producer born in New Zealand. She has toured the world performing and composing music. Monique has produced two platinum selling albums in New Zealand, toured Europe twice with Chuck Berry and collaborated on music projects with some of the most well known inspirational teachers in the world including the Dalai Lama.


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Rhodes, originally from New Zealand, moved to Sydney to pursue her career as a musician. In 2002, her first self-titled EP was released by Barefaced Records. She then released Awakening, her debut album in 2005, while in Sydney. Over the next few years, Rhodes toured Europe twice as an opening act for Chuck Berry performances. She later produced two platinum selling charity albums, Merry Christmas Baby and So This is Christmas to raise awareness about child abuse in New Zealand..

In 2008, Rhodes created a vineyard tour of New Zealand performing with Kiwi musician Shona Laing.

In 2010, Rhodes brought together a number of the biggest names in New Zealand music, including Opshop, Nathan King, Shona Laing and Hollie Smith who contributed to the awareness of child abuse. She produced the Christmas album Merry Christmas Baby whose proceeds went to the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society.

In 2013 Rhodes teamed up with Colorado-based company Sounds True to produce the album titled Heart Beats which contains spiritual teachings and features spiritual teachers such as Pema Chödrön, Adyashanti, Pema Chödrön, Thich Nhat Hanh, Caroline Myss, Tara Brach, Mark Nepo, Sogyal Rinpoche, and Eckhart Tolle.

In 2015, she pioneered The 10 Minute Mind, a digital mindfulness programme.


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