Americana artist Megan McMillan has certainly found her niche with her honest, edgy take on traditional American music. Her writing can be humorous, deep, poetic, and intense; mixed with her vibrant, warm-textured vocals and fun-loving, captivating stage presence, she offers something unique at every performance.
al.com featured Megan as one of “25 Alabama Bands and Musicians to Know for 2019”. Shannon Ireland from 30A Songwriter Radio says, ''Megan McMillan, this is why we do what we do''. Jerry Henry from Alabama Music Office describes her music as "natural, not contrived, where everything comes from the heart", and Anna Chandler of Connect Savannah says Megan "Possess(es) a way with words and a rich vocal clarity; she has an exciting musical future ahead of her". Megan has progressively built a career highlighted by the release of her first and second singles, a rigorous performance schedule spanning seven states, and a series of prestigious songwriter festival invites. Megan’s independent debut EP "Potter's Field" was released in October 2015, followed by the Jimmy Nutt-produced "Can't Say I Mind" in 2017. Her first full-length album "Things That Change", produced by Shawn Byrne of Great Hill Studio, is available now on all major digital outlets.
Bob Marston’s life as a songwriter began in his childhood singing songs written by his mother and siblings about their lives and adventures. Bob’s writing is straight forward, using observations and details to create characters and narratives addressing themes of love involving dedication, persistence, selflessness and acceptance; personal growth including reconciliation, vulnerability, overcoming self doubt, and promoting social justice.