Hailing from Northeast Georgia and now based in Nashville, Meg McRee has always had a song in her head. She began playing the violin at 5 years old upon hearing "Cowboy Take Me Away" on the radio and years later added acoustic guitar to the mix. Now a self proclaimed "recovering overachiever," she moved to Nashville after high school with an academic scholarship to Vanderbilt University. After graduating in 2018, she impulsively decided to pursue her dream of being a songwriter and promptly secured jobs as a waitress and a nanny in Music City. After 3 years of working and writing songs with anyone and everyone she could, she signed her first publishing deal at Hang Your Hat Music, a co-venture with Concord Music led by hit songwriter Hillary Lindsey. She has since collaborated with a wide range of artists and writers and is currently in the process of making her own debut record "A Lot to Say." Meg draws upon a wide range of influences including Bobbie Gentry, Emmylou Harris (they share a birthday), the Beatles, the Grateful Dead, and Sheryl Crow. At the core of all of her music is honesty, self awareness, and storytelling.