Audrey Virginia Proulx

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Musical artist

Audrey Virginia Proulx (born February 16, 1992), is an American pop singer/songwriter. She is currently at work on recording her first album of original songs.

Early life and career

Audrey was born in Redwood City, California, to Tom Proulx and Barbara Proulx. She has one brother, Ian. Audrey's love for music began at a very young age. She began playing violin at age 3, followed by piano at age 5, and later viola and singing. She is vocally trained in classical, musical theatre, and pop styles, and considers her style "pop with a splash of Broadway and Disney." For years, she has been releasing covers on YouTube where she began to gain a following. [1] Audrey attended Stanford University, where she graduated in June 2014 with a B.S. in Computer Science. During her time at Stanford, she also took numerous music classes where she learned production through Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, or CCRMA. She also played on the Stanford Women's Varsity Golf Team.[2]

In 2011 she released her first single, "Look At Me Now," on iTunes. She now attends the Stanford Graduate School of Business, pursuing a joint MSCS/MBA degree and working on her first album of original songs. In addition to working with producers in LA on her album, she also is the lead singer for the band Audrey and the Boys.[3] Audrey has performed in venues around Stanford University and has performed the National Anthem at numerous sporting events, including Stanford men's basketball, women's basketball, baseball, and gymnastics. Her debut album is set to be released in summer 2015.

Audrey Virginia Proulx performs at Stanford Spring Faire



Release Date Title
Year Month/Day
2011 July 30 "Look At Me Now"


Release Date Title Notes
Year Month/Day
2015 July TBD in production

Covers on YouTube

Release Date Song Original Artists Notes
Year Month/Day
2014 September 2 "Love Is An Open Door" Kristen Bell and Santino Fontana Stanford University cover from Disney's Frozen
July 27 "For Good" Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel "For Good" from Wicked, featuring Albert Tomasso
March 19 "Way Back Into Love" Hugh Grant and Haley Bennett from Music and Lyrics
2012 April 6 "When Will My Life Begin" Mandy Moore from Tangled


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