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Megan Reilly

Megan Reilly

Megan Reilly


The Memphis-born Megan Reilly started writing songs and playing them on the guitar at sixteen. Influenced equally by Loretta Lynn and Thin Lizzy. At twenty-three, she moved to New York City in 1999 where Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth became an early fan and supporter and helped introduce Megan into the New York music scene. Soon, Megan had attracted a band of tremendous players -- Steve Goulding (The Mekons) on drums, Tony Maimone (Pere Ubu) on bass, and Eric Morrison (Home) on piano. Read more on Last.fm
The Memphis-born Megan Reilly started writing songs and playing them on the guitar at sixteen. Influenced equally by Loretta Lynn and Thin Lizzy. At twenty-three, she moved to New York City in 1999 where Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth became an early fan and supporter and helped introduce Megan into the New York music scene. Soon, Megan had attracted a band of tremendous players -- Steve Goulding (The Mekons) on drums, Tony Maimone (Pere Ubu) on bass, and Eric Morrison (Home) on piano. The group recorded Megan’s first full-length release, Arc of Tessa, which was recently hailed to “one day be remembered as the unheralded gem of alternative-country 2003...a haunting collection of aching ballads put across with soulful understatement by Reilly and band” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.) Megan’s second album, Let Your Ghost Go, was release on Carrot Top Records February 28, 2006.

Produced by Sue Garner, mixed by John McEntire (Tortoise), and featuring her all-star band, the songs were recorded at various New York City studios -- The Magic Shop, Mule Yard, Brooklyn Recording, and Studio G. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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