Meade Skelton (singer)
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|Birth name||Meade Skelton Haufe|
|Occupation(s)||Songwriter, singer, keyboardist|
The Richmond Times-Dispatch has described Skelton as having "a strong expressive singing voice combined with a heartache meets humor style, and he puts pop, country, jazz, Americana and gospel music into a blender and calls it his own."
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- Cothern, Andrew (January 4, 2011). "You Should Be Listening To: Meade Skelton". Richmond Times-Dispatch.
- Hepburn, Ned (June 20, 2012). "Meade Skelton’s ‘Hipsters Ruin Everything’ may be hipster anthem we’ve all been waiting for". Death and Taxes.
- Baldwin, Brent (April 23, 2013). "Meade Skelton "Sweet Tea"". Style Weekly.
- Cothern, Andrew (September 4, 2012). "Meade Skelton at the Camel". Style Weekly.
- "Meade Skelton". Discogs.
- "Meade Skelton". AllMusic.