Darcy Jeavons is and award-winning songwriter from Southern California, and has been making music her whole life. At a very young age, she picked up a guitar — and knew right away that it would be a perfect way to create the songs she wanted to share. Darcy wrote her first song at age 8, and there was never a doubt in her mind that music was more than just a melody to sing: It is a conduit to people’s hearts.
Darcy is a producer and audio engineer, and is the founder of femalemixingengineers.com and its future podcast. Her numerous original songs have received many accolades in the music industry. With her song, “Love Her More Than I Do” winning a finalist position in the Great American Song Competition.
Darcy has performed, over time, in a variety of venues throughout Southern California, but her fondest memories performing are the numerous occasions she sang the National Anthem in California — for professional sport teams including the L.A. Dodgers, Anaheim Angels, San Diego Chargers and Padres, L.A. Kings, L.A. Galaxy. Darcy felt honored and privileged to be given this opportunity. Her two children (who were preschoolers at the time) still sometimes refer to the Star Spangled Banner as “The Mommy Song”.