Born: 1965 Primary Instrument: Vocalist
Megan Lynch hails from South Pasadena, CA. She's a two decade veteran of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene, who can go from singing a Kurt Weill art song one moment to singing ‘Rawhide’ in Swedish the next. She uses a full palette of thrums, yelps, croons, yodels, growls and ululations in order to paint the picture called for by the song. She is equally at home singing her original compositions, Tin Pan Alley, Broadway standards, rock, country, blues, light opera, and various world musics.
Lynch has a lovely, impressively flexible voice, and the style and intonation are right on target. - East Bay Express
Songs the Brothers Warner Taught Me
Tracks: Hello Ma Baby; Shuffle Off to Buffalo; You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby; The Latin Quarter; It's Magic; I Love to Sing; Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat; The Gold Diggers Song (We're in the Money); It Can't Be Wrong; The Lady in Red; Blues in the Night; Hooray for Hollywood.
Personnel: Megan Lynch: vocals; Tony Marcus: lead guitar, rhythm guitar, fiddle, mandolin; Robert Armstrong: National steel guitar, accordion, ukulele, banjo, musical saw; Steven Strauss: upright bass, ukulele; Brandon Essex: upright bass.
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