Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by bd007h, Mar 31, 2016.
new song "Teenagers"
Long overdue for her. She's still sorely overlooked in comparison to her contemporaries.
Perhaps a White Stripes cover from her old band Feeling Numb?
Looks like the b-sides EP is slated for early 2020 now, and she's heading back into the studio next month.
Going Head To Head and Toe To Toe with Meg Myers
She actually just released a studio demo of this on her Patreon a couple weeks ago.
About damn time!
Full video of her free show in LA yesterday
Kinda surprised how much she's pushing this cover song and for how long.
I think it's more the radio pushing it but happy it's gaining her some well deserved success. Just wish it was one of her original songs that did it. She's writing matetial for album #3 now.
I actually didn't know it was a hit, crazy
It reached the top five on the Billboard Alternative charts.
It's a solid cover but it's her original material I feel she deserves the success for.
Looking it up it peaked at #3 last month.
Her Jimmy Kimmel performance
Love that Running Up That Hill cover and it sounds great live
Meg Myers Earns First Career Billboard No. 1 With 'Running Up That Hill' Remake
Well deserved . Still wish it was her original material that achieved this success but hopefully this is her big break and her third album isn't as sorely overlooked as her first two and her two EPs
Seriously. She released it almost a year ago and it took this long to rise all the way up the charts.
Took 42 weeks to reach #1, a new Billboard record
Record Run (Up That Hill): Meg Myers Breaks Record Atop Alternative Songs Chart
just posted on her Patreon and website
Last year I was honored to be asked to perform a few songs at a TED Salon event in NYC. It was an incredible experience and I really enjoyed meeting all the other speakers and people involved. You can watch me and Josh (tag Josh) performing stripped-down version of "The Death of Me" from, Take Me To The Disco, and an unreleased song, "True Liars"
TED Salon - "True Liars" and "The Death of Me"