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MEGAN’S
BIO

Megan Brown is not your average musician. Her musical career has been an unexpected one, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. She began studying classical music at a young age and quickly became an accomplished instrumentalist and vocalist, and is currently a much sought after studio recording artist. She has performed all over the US and Europe.
Megan has performed at venues that include the Hollywood Bowl, Anaheim Convention Center, and Honda Center. She has always loved classical music and the way it has shaped her views of what music can be. However, she woke up one day with the realization that classical music no longer defined her. It was a revelation: musically she had something new to say, and needed to find her own ‘voice’ to say it. This exploration has led her to where she is today, a vocal powerhouse with a one of a kind sound. Whether original songs or covers, she strives to make a sound that’s all her own, to create a genuine musical experience. The words of Louis Armstrong – “if you can’t feel it, I can’t explain it” – are never far from her mind. So prepare yourself, because when you experience Megan Brown’s music, you’re going to feel it.
Megan Brown is not your average musician. Her musical career has been an unexpected one, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. She began studying classical music at a young age and quickly became an accomplished instrumentalist and vocalist, and is currently a much sought after studio recording artist. She has performed all over the US and Europe.
Megan has performed at venues that include the Hollywood Bowl, Anaheim Convention Center, and Honda Center. She has always loved classical music and the way it has it shaped her views of what music can be. However, she woke up one day with the realization that classical music no longer defined her. It was a revelation: musically she had something new to say, and needed to find her own ‘voice’ to say it. This exploration has led her to where she is today, a vocal powerhouse with a one of a kind sound. Whether original songs or covers, she strives to make a sound that’s all her own, to create a genuine musical experience. The words of Louis Armstrong – “if you can’t feel it, I can’t explain it” – are never far from her mind. So prepare yourself, because when you experience Megan Brown’s music, you’re going to feel it.
Megan Brown is not your average musician. Her musical career has been an unexpected one, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. She began studying classical music at a young age and quickly became an accomplished instrumentalist and vocalist, and is currently a much sought after studio recording artist. She has performed all over the US and Europe.
Megan has performed at venues that include the Hollywood Bowl, Anaheim Convention Center, and Honda Center. She has always loved classical music and the way it has it shaped her views of what music can be. However, she woke up one day with the realization that classical music no longer defined her. It was a revelation: musically she had something new to say, and needed to find her own ‘voice’ to say it. This exploration has led her to where she is today, a vocal powerhouse with a one of a kind sound. Whether original songs or covers, she strives to make a sound that’s all her own, to create a genuine musical experience. The words of Louis Armstrong – “if you can’t feel it, I can’t explain it” – are never far from her mind. So prepare yourself, because when you experience Megan Brown’s music, you’re going to feel it.

NEW MUSIC:
SIX YEARS

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5 REASONS TO HIRE
A PROFESSIONAL MUSICIAN

Professional musicians are, simply put, people who make music for a living. This includes a variety of musical professionals, from instrumentalists and vocalists to conductors and composers. Whether they’re classically trained or self taught, professional musicians provide quality music, a business-like attitude and a unique passion for what they do.
Here are five reasons why you should hire a professional musician:

1. They’re Good at What They Do

Professional musicians are highly skilled, which means they can provide the best music for the occasion. Most professional musicians have been practicing their instrument (or instruments) for years. Even young musicians can excel at what they do by practicing regularly and striving to improve. When you hire a professional musician, you can rest assured that her music will sound good. No matter what role she’s playing — vocalist, violinist, guitar player or anything in between — a professional musician is good at what she does.

2. They Take Their Work Seriously

When most people think of a musician, they imagine a haughty rock star or a glamorous diva. Musicians are not all rock stars—they are professionals, after all, and they take their work seriously. One of the obvious benefits of a career in music is that it’s not a boring office job. Despite the artistic nature of the job, being a musician still requires a businesslike attitude. To succeed in the business, musicians must work — and play — well with others. You can expect the musicians you hire to be prompt, organized, and receptive to instruction.

3. They Don’t Mind Change

In addition to being skilled and professional, musicians are usually highly adaptable. Many musicians play multiple instruments, including their singing voices. Musicians are usually proficient in many different genres. They record in-studio or perform on stage. They play in orchestras and jazz bands. Some are also composers, conductors, and teachers. This means that professional musicians can easily “change their tune” depending on the job. A musician who usually sings with a jazz band might easily transition to recording commercial jingles. Professional musicians are used to change, which means they can do their jobs, and do them well, in many different settings.

4. They’re Persistent

The music business is not an easy place to thrive. It can take years to make it big in the music industry, and most musicians never get there. Despite the challenges, professional musicians persevere. When you hire a professional musician, you’re hiring someone who has probably received a lot of criticism and rejection. Furthermore, most musicians stick to daily practice routines. They are committed to getting better at their instrument, and this commitment carries over into their work. Musicians work hard to make quality music, whether it is on stage, in the studio, or at home.

5. They Love What They Do

Perhaps most importantly, professional musicians are passionate about music. The music business isn’t easy, but those who love music stick with it. Underneath a musician’s professionalism and practice regimen is often a deep appreciation and passion for music. Undoubtedly, this passion for music carries over to their work. People who love their jobs perform better, and musicians certainly love their jobs.


THOUGHT FOR
THE DAY

Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.

— Victor Hugo

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