Megan Flechaus
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Megan Flechaus

Austin, Texas, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012

Austin, Texas, United States
Established on Jan, 2012
Solo Folk Indie


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New-Oct 2014 Release
1. Southbound-81
2. Open Road
3. Don't Forget Tonight
4. Muse
5. Humble Me
6. The Expanse
7. When Lost
8. Consequences
9. Cat and Mouse
10. Seek and Pay
11. Life Is Not Glass
12. New
13. Crumble 



Megan Flechaus is a jazz, blues, and folk influenced singer-songwriter. She began writing and playing music at age 15. She expresses thought provoking lyric through soulful tone and eccentric chord voicings. Her song, Moon Mansion, off an early EP appeared in the Indie Film, King’s Faith, filmed in her home city of Rochester, NY. She released her first full length album, New, in October 2014.

Megan was born in Brockport, a suburb of Rochester, NY. While she always sang songs to herself, she focused mainly on travel soccer until the age of 15. It was then that she dug her father’s old guitar out of the depths of her basement, dusted it off, and hid away in her bedroom learning as much as she could. Her first performance, in her living room in front of her parents, remains the most terrifying performance of her life. But, after breaking the ice, she received endless support and encouragement from her family.

At age 17, she graduated high school and set off to study astronomy at The University of Hawai’i at Hilo. (It was her passion for astronomy that later influenced her to purchase her most beloved guitar, a ‘98 Takamine Celestial which she lovingly named The Goddess). While in Hilo, she began playing with a local band called The New Year Romantics as a backup singer. After gaining friendship and confidence through this experience she returned to New York to continue her studies closer to home.

In 2012, she moved to Charlotte, NC where she began developing her style and performance. After a profuse amount of introspective writing, she began to record her first full length album, New, with John Brighton at Mabby Road Studios. Together, they slowly chipped away at this project for two years. She released New in October of 2014. Shortly after her release, she and Brian Raynor began a blues and jazz influenced band called Pearl Hill.

In 2015, she decided to move to Austin, TX in pursuit of furthering her music career and jamming with the finest musicians Austin had to offer. She frequents the House Wine open mic, where she met and befriended who later became the five members of Lady Jams. What started as five singers getting together to share songs and inspire each other, quickly turned into a writing collaboration between five powerful women. She continues to live and play in Austin and the surrounding areas.

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