MacLeod was born in London, England and raised in England,
India and California. Her music career began auspiciously
in a garage in the San Fernando Valley with the band
"JUDY'S BALL" (co-founded with her brother and named
after her dog). Sadly the band broke up as members acquired
went on to co-found the L.A. band "THE TEARJERKERS,"
a mini-skirted girl group highly regarded by local critics
and radio stations. Their 3 song single release was
played regularly on KROQ-FM.
left THE TEARJERKERS to form a new band "MAGGIE'S FARM."
The band's fresh songwriting and rich harmonies soon
earned them a recording contract on BMG's JRS label.
BILLBOARD magazine complimented the "well tailored songwriting
on a very earworthy debut" adding that "MacLeod's lead
vocals are passionate and expressive." After seeing
the band at a highly touted FARM AID appearance, PERFORMANCE
MAGAZINE wrote "That day, MAGGIE'S FARM cultivated a
new audience with a crop of tunes that sing from the
heart." One member of that new audience was KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
who asked them to be his opening act on numerous West
is currently pursuing a solo career. MUSIC CONNECTON
magazine wrote of her first solo album, "GHOSTS NEVER
DIE," "MacLeod remains focused, easily switching moods
with each song and creating a full believability behind
her lyrical messages."
brings us to today and the release of
"A THOUSAND WAYS TO FALL".