Madi Carr is a musician based in North Florida. She attends Douglas Anderson School of the Arts where she studies vocal music. A Jax Beach resident, she is a second-generation Crystal River native, which is where her passion for music blossomed. She specializes in "baroque-folk-rock" originals and covers and plays 6 instruments, (mostly) guitar, piano, bass, mandolin, harmonica, and ukulele. 

She has had the privilege of performing at a variety of festivals throughout the state, including the Florida Folk Festival, Jax Jazz Fest, Gamble Rodgers Music Festival, and The Will McLean Music Festival. She has opened for Shawn Colvin at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall and for Jim Avett, father of folk sensations The Avett Brothers. She has also been featured on NPR's WJCT and WJXT TV's River City Live.

Her influences include Johnny Cash, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Smashing Pumpkins, and Patsy Cline.