“Compared to Natalie Merchant but a bit more rockin’, Mariah Hostrander is a praise and worship artist with a folk/pop-rock sound with great worship tunes that many churches will pick up and run with.”

Mariah Hostrander began her singing/songwriting career in 2006 at the age of 13. With influences from BarlowGirl to Paul Baloche, Mariah has captured the muse to deliver a compelling folk-rock sound with well-crafted lyrics that tell life stories easy for most people to appreciate.

Mariah Hostrander’s first full-length project, “Beautiful Scars” was released in 2008, followed by a Christmas single “The Angels Sing” in 2009. Fast forward to 2011 and “Picture It,” impeccably expands her discography with her first national release with Tate Music Group.

Most important to Mariah, “Ultimately, I want to glorify God with the gift He’s given me and I want to reach and inspire people.”

As well, recently Mariah has teamed up with the Principled Warrior Foundation. To show her support she wrote a song titled “I’m Alive” and will be donating 50% of the proceeds to the foundation. This foundation is being established to provide support to our servicemen and servicewomen and their families with PTSD and brain injuries.

You can check out all of Mariah’s music at www.mariahhostrander.com.

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