Meredith Edwards

Meredith Edwards

About Meredith Edwards

Meredith Edwards (born March 15, 1984, Clinton, Mississippi) is an American singer. She is most notable for her debut country music album, Reach, which was released in 2001 under Free Lance Entertainment, a now defunct company of former NSYNC member, Lance Bass. At the age of five, she was a member of the traveling choir the Mississippi Show Stoppers, along with Lance Bass of NSYNC. Both Bass and Edwards were in the Clinton High School show choir, Attaché, though not at the same time. Read more on Last.fm.

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