Meg Williams, originally from Western NY, performs frequently at respected Writer’s Nights and numerous venues with her band, Meg Williams Band, as a solo/duo act, and as a guitarist for other artists. She’s performed at RedGorilla Music Festival in Austin, TX, the 2016 Nashville Blues Challenge, Summer NAMM Re-Axe booth, Knoxville’s WDVX Blue Plate Special & Loretta Lynn’s Ranch as an artist, and performed at Cheyenne Frontier Days, CMA Fest, and the Tennessee Motorcycles & Music Revival Festival as a guitarist for other artists. Meg’s newest blues-rock EP, ‘Maybe Someday,’ has been played on SiriusXM’s Bluesville and radio stations world-wide – ‘Maybe Someday’ reached #10 on the Top 50 Blues Rock Album charts and on the Roots Music Report, and #38 on the Top Blues Album charts. Often compared to Susan Tedeschi and Bonnie Raitt, Meg’s guitar playing has captured the attention of listeners throughout Nashville and increasingly the US.
Lauren Anderson is a soulful, rockin’ girl, originally from Chicago who has had a passion for singing throughout her entire life. Lauren received an bachelors degree in Music and a masters in Music Therapy, helping hone her skills as a singer and writer. After completed her masters in 2012 in music therapy. While working full-time on a pediatrics unit in Kansas City, Lauren began performing solo gigs around the greater Kansas City area and eventually put together a full band. She released her first official EP, “Do & Hope”, in August 2014. Fittingly, this EP was named after the unofficial motto of Lauren’s mother’s side of the family, who often remarked, “Just do it and hope it turns out okay.”
Lauren released her first, full-length CD titled, “Truly Me” in August 2015. And two singles, recorded in the legendary Ocean Way Nashville Studios, in 2016.
Shortly after these releases she finally made the leap into becoming a full-time musician and moved to Nashville in February 2017. Since moving to Nashville, Lauren has continued to tour and released her latest EP, now available on all platforms, titled “The Game”.