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Meagan Delima is a 20-year-old Jazz and R&B artist who showcases expressive vocals, original guitar styling’s and dynamic stage presence. Her captivating voice characterizes a velvet tone, startling clarity and a unique phrasing where you can always hear her impeccable feel for the music. With her outstanding vocal stylings on timeless standards made famous by Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington to more modern and contemporary pieces by Justin Timberlake, Meagan is able to engage any crowd and get them on their feet to dance to the music.

To this point, the highlights of Meagan’s career include performing on the main stage for the Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival in 2012 after Holly Cole, gaining the largest crowd at this festival two years in a row, performing on Dundas Squares stage for a event called Unity Charity and winning a trip from the 2013 Toronto Honey Jams Showcase to sing in the 2013 Honey Jams Barbados Showcase. Meagan uses all her extra time to perform outside of her studies to become more established in the jazz and R&B scene.


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”Meagan Delima is extremely creative and talented, not only vocally, but she’s a musician and songwriter as well. The public is going to fall in love with her”- Ebonnie Rowe (Founder of Honey Jams)



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