Autumn Melody Thomas
"Autumn's noteworthy credits include collaborations with Grammy Nominated Producer EDX’s Label Sirup Music, multiple International Tours with powerhouse production companies across the globe, and as an original cast member for a U.S. National Tour with Broadway company McCoy Rigby Entertainment. In addition, Autumn has headlined five-star cruise lines and casinos; including Royal Caribbean International and Caesars Entertainment; and has provided session vocals for networks such as Nickelodeon, Universal, and for prominent producers throughout Los Angeles and London.
After graduating cum laude with music and theatrical training, Autumn was able to combine her versatile vocals and performance skills with her master level classical piano skills. She booked non-stop production shows and residencies at world renowned luxury resorts, arenas, clubs, restaurants, and cabarets throughout Europe, Asia, and The U.S.
As a solo artist, and as a front vocalist for some of the country’s best international corporate entertainment bands, Autumn has provided music for extremely high-profile clients such as; the NFL All-Stars, the Gala Opening of Sentosa Island in Singapore (internationally televised), Oracle Corporation's CEO Larry Ellison, Broadway legends Cathy Rigby and Sarah Brightman, The King of Bahrain, and on the Las Vegas strip opening for a ZZ-Top performance. Autumn is a SAG-AFTRA/AGVA union performer with notable film and television appearances such as NBC’s ‘The Voice’ and an award winning fringe movie musical.
She has held residencies as a piano vocalist in London’s most iconic venues: The Savoy, The Dorchester, The Corinthia; and has previously held residencies at The Beverly Hills Montage, The Ritz, Seasons 52, Terranea Luxury Resort, and Mastros Ocean Club. Autumn also holds a Master of Science Degree from University College London; consistently ranked with the top ten universities in the world, and and has a wealth of international experience working with prominent human rights organisations."