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Raised on Roots Rock, Pop, and Americana, Haddon Cord is an award-winning Singer/Songwriter. 

After past mentorship by the legendary T Bone Burnett and celebrated composer John Frizzell, Haddon went on to win the public vote for the 2018 Unsigned Only International Songwriting Competition for her single “Million Songs,” which has received nearly 500,000 spins across major streaming platforms worldwide. She also sang the main title on the CBS drama “Tell Me A Story,” starring Kim Cattrall (of Sex and the City acclaim).

Haddon has performed on stages around the world, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The London Troubadour, London Folkfest, The Bedford, Live@Sunset Marquis, The Fox Theater, The Lobero Theater, The Fresno County Fair, Santa Barbara Fiesta, Hard Rock L.A., and more.

She has opened for artists Gary Allen, Don McClean, and Wilson Phillips, and supported Eric Hutchinson on his national “Anyone Who Knows Me” tour. 


With a passion for helping others through music, Haddon has worked frequently with children’s hospitals around Southern California, including Lollipop Theater’s Rhythm of Hope program (with artists like Jamestown Revival), and Ryan Seacrest Studios at CHOC. Haddon has also performed in Honduras on a Clean Water Mission Trip.

Growing up in Boise, Idaho, Haddon’s musician father set up a makeshift recording studio in their house where he would give her pointers on the guitar. Although her parents have since relocated to Santa Barbara, California, this family tradition continues to this day. 

Haddon has lived and worked in Nashville, New York, London, Santa Barbara, and L.A. (where she now resides). She is currently in the studio recording her debut EP.

You can catch her at San Diego’s Wonderfront Festival, headlined by Walk The Moon, Michael Franti, Slightly Stoopid, Ben Harper, and MGMT, in November 2019.


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