The Late Show with James Corden performance — VIEW HERE

NPR Morning Edition “Song Project” —

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert #PLAYATHOME performance with Courtney Marie Andrews —

Today, GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter and guitarist Madison Cunningham confirms a livestreamed performance event, “Livestream of Consciousness,” March 28 at 6p.m. PST live from Three Corners in Los Angeles; more info/tickets HERE.

Streaming via the Mandolin platform, fans have the option of purchasing general admission tickets or “Song in my HeadphonesVIP passes. VIP ticketholders can join Cunningham as she answers fan questions, discusses her approach to guitar, tone and gear, as well as plays a handful of requests. Signed posters will also be available.

“Having been without playing shows for nearly a year, I was craving the chance to perform again,” she says, “Though nothing can substitute a live show, I’m dusting off some old and brand new songs, and gathering some of my favorite creatives to pull off 'Livestream of Consciousness.' Coming to a living room near you.”

Cunningham recently performed new song “Broken Harvest” on “The Late Late Show with James Corden;” watch HERE. She wrote the song specially for the NPRMorning EditionSong Project, following the prompt of “Dreams Deferred” and drawing inspiration from the events of 2020; listen to the full interview HERE and the song HERE.

Watch Cunningham perform with Courtney Marie Andrews on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” #PlayAtHome series HERE.

Her latest EP, Wednesday, is out now via Verve Forecast. Listen/stream HERE. The EP features covers of songs by Radiohead, John Mayer, Tom Waits and The Beatles, and follows her critically acclaimed debut LP, Who Are You Now, which was nominated for Best Americana Album at the 2020 Grammy Awards. She will be opening for Harry Styles at Madison Square Garden for his rescheduled shows this October 2021.

Critical praise for Cunningham:

"You need only experience Madison Cunningham once to become a believer in this Orange County songwriter" —Rita Houston

“Poised and precise in her singing and ace guitar playing… Madison Cunningham might not conjure a comparison to Fiona Apple on first listen, but…with [her] wonderfully tangled imagery and cutting self-awareness, shows she’s an heir to that queen’s powerful throne.” –NPR Music

“A voice that was reminiscent of Stevie Nicks...  her set was sweet and filled with the energy that only comes from a California artist. ”–WXPN's "The Key"

“expert chugs of electric guitar... for fans of Aimee Mann, Joni Mitchell and Jeff Buckley. ” –Rolling Stone Country


CBS "This Morning"
Trouble Found Me,” “Something to Believe In,” and “Pin It Down.”

KCRW "Morning Becomes Eclectic"

NPR's "World Cafe"


The Orange County, CA native has performed as a duet partner with Punch Brothers’ Chris Thile on APM’s “Live From Here” and recently appeared in and helped score Sara Bareilles’ show Little Voice. Her list of champions continues to grow, including Harry Styles, John Mayer, Andrew Bird, Sara Watkins, Nickel Creek, the Milk Carton Kids’ Joey Ryan and Sara Bareilles.

Cunningham first picked up a guitar at age seven, and by age twelve was singing and performing alongside her five siblings in church. By the age of fifteen, Cunningham realized songwriting was a passion she wanted to pursue, citing Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan as key inspirations. “It’d always been a hobby before, but around then, I realized I wanted to make it a religious practice,” she says. “I thought if I could capture some of their same spirit ever in my life, I’d have to work hard and every day.”

For more information, please contact Samantha Tillman, Kate Rakvic or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

Julia Casey at Verve Forecast.