Miranda Mulholland is a JUNO Nominated Canadian singer-songwriter, musician, label owner, artist advocate, and Founder and Artistic Director of the Muskoka Music Festival in Muskoka, Ontario. Her most recent solo release, By Appointment or Chance, was nominated for a JUNO in 2020. Dubbed the “Sweet secret weapon of Canadian Roots Music” by Brad Wheeler at the Globe and Mail, her touring and recording credits include Harrow Fair, Great Lake Swimmers, Bowfire, The Jim Cuddy Band and many, many more. Not limited to band performances, Miranda has appeared in various theatre productions including the Dora winning productions of 'Parfumerie' and New York Times Critic’s Pick, 'Spoon River' with Soulpepper Theatre.
Over the past five years, Miranda has emerged as one of the world's foremost artist advocates, speaking at the World Intellectual Property Organization, World Trade Organization, a NAFTA negotiating round in Washington, Midem, Canadian Music Week, and was the first music creator to take the podium at the Economic Club of Canada. Miranda was awarded Intellectual Property Champion by the US Chamber of Commerce and was Runner-up to Margaret Atwood for Artist of the Year Award from the Globe and Mail.
Miranda is Music Canada’s Creative Culture Advisor, the Chair of the Music Canada Advisory Council and is the Vice Chair of the Board of Governors, Massey/Roy Thomson Halls.