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The best kept secret in music


"Meghan Linsey - This Is Now"

For those of you looking for mainstream country music on the independent scene look no farther than Meghan Linsey. This album has surprisingly slick production for a record not on a major label. “Shame, Shame” opens the album in a catchy, almost Faith Hill fashion. “In Your Love” follows in similar footsteps but this time tackling the big power ballad. The title track “This Is Now” could easily find its way onto some radio stations. Like most younger singers sometimes Meghan seems to be stretching for emotions that aren’t there, instead singing things in a paint-by-numbers fashion but this is something that always gets better over time and she’s got a powerful voice to grown into. Don’t be surprised to see Meghan on a major label in the near future. -

"Meghan Linsey"

Album Review:
Here's the surprise; Meghan was only 15 when she cut this album!! Don't think that's a surprise? You will after listening to this young lady's excellent voice. It sounds very strong and solid for one so young! She also has a very good style that is based upon the power in the voice combined with a warm, smooth texture. For a gal from Louisiana, Meghan has an almost un-noticeable country accent and could easily hit high on the pop music charts as well as country. These 10 tracks are all very good, but if I were picking favorites, I would choose "In Your Love", "This Is Now", "Half Way Home", "That's Where I'll Be", and the best of the bunch, "Big Time." I'm eagerly awaiting the next album! - Lloyd Douglas Morris- founder of Indie Music Appreciation Group

"Look for Meghan Linsey debut country album "This Is Now""

"Just sixteen years old, Meghan Linsey is destined to become another one of Louisiana's Country music Superstars" - Bernie Cyrus, Executive Director of the Louisiana Music Commission

"If you like Shania and Faith, you gotta get this album" - Times Picayune- New Orleans

"Meghan Linsey Releases CD, 'This is Now'"

PONCHATOULA- While other young women her age were busy shopping, talking on the telephone to friends and worrying about whether or not they will have a date for the prom 16-year-old Meghan Linsey was busy as well – recording her own country music album.
Released recently, Linsey’s album, “This is Now,” is a “realization of a dream and the perserverance it takes to achieve,” according to a recent press release.
“The (album) reviews describe this dream as a remarkable listening experience. Meghan’s Nashville producer said, “This album has brought Meghan to a new level in her singing career and new excitement to see what is going to happen next.”
Linsey was born Dec. 10, 1985, in New Orleans, and later moved to Ponchatoula. She has grown up surrounded by music and credits her mom’s love of music and singing for her own desire to sing. Linsey said her parents’ encouragement and support give her confidence to realize her potential.
Having won numerous awards, recognition and talent contests throughout the south during her performing career, Linsey also has opened for country artists like Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, and Tammy Cochran. She also recently opened a show for Dennis Quaid and the Sharks, David Allan Coe, Earl Thomas Conley, and T. Graham Brown in Hammond.
“Meghan is Louisiana’s best up-and-coming new country artist,” said Bernie Cyrus, executive director of Louisiana Music.
Linsey’s 2002 summer tour will include a performance in Waco, Texas, opening a show for Blake Shelton.
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- Daily Star

"New Music"

The debut country music recording of New Orleans- born Meghan Linsey is now available at all Wherehouse Music locations. Linsey’s manager, Tucker Crawford, says 16-year-old now lives in Ponchatoula where she is completing the school year at Ponchatoula High School.
Her “This Is Now” CD was recorded with a full backup band in Nashville, says Crawford. “Meghan’s voice is powerful and emotional, and in live performances she interacts and personalizes her songs to the audience”
She’ll appear next in the New Orleans area at the Independence Day celebration July 3 at Lafreniere Park, says Crawford.
- Times Picayune


2001 "This Is Now"
2002 "I Don't Want To"


Feeling a bit camera shy


When you see her perform you are immediately captivated by the sincerity and power in her vocals, the warmth of her presence, and her love for the stage. Meghan Linsey is not just another singer, she is an entity all her own.
Meghan's music journey begins in New Orleans, Louisiana. At a very young age she began to sing and dance around the house and even made up songs. Then one day her mom came home with a karaoke player, and Meghan started singing. Every night her, her mother, and little brother would sing. "It's those nights that got me where I am today", Meghan says.
In 2001 fifteen year old Meghan met with producer Kenny Lamb, and headed to Emerald Studios in Nashville to record her debut CD "This Is Now". She also formed a band and began to play festivals, and concerts including opening for great country acts such as, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Travis Tritt, Blake Shelton, Gary Alan, and others. Meghan also showcased at the Bluebird Cafe in 2002, 2003, 2004 for the Nashville New Music Conference (2NMC).
Meghan has grown tremendously in the past few years, devoting as much time as possible to her music. One of her greatest passions is songwriting, and she has penned several songs since the recording of her first album. In a recent radio interview, Meghan Commented, "Songwriting is so powerful, songs can say things that people can't, and songs touch lives. I want to connect with my audience through my own songwriting ability." Meghan’s heart beats music and she will not give up on her dream. This year already Meghan has opened for John Michael Montgomery and Tracy Lawrence at "Country on Whiskey Bayou", and for Blake Shelton in Baton Rouge, LA. Meghan is writing and reviewing new material, with hopes to record a new CD in the near future. She moved to Nashville in 2004 and now writes, sings and works on her music career. "I want to do it all...sing, write, and produce.” she says. She has several new songs in "the works". The future holds great things for Meghan Linsey, who knows what will happen, but no matter what, she will definitely find her place in country music.