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Nashville's Megan Davies announces UK dates (2019)

Megan Davies

Story by Jack Foley

NASHVILLE-based, alt-pop artist Megan Davies has announced UK headline dates for February and March 2019 as part of her huge The Moonlight Tour.

Megan began uploading acoustic covers and mash-ups to YouTube – collaborating with both her sister, Jaclyn, and other artist friends in Nashville.

Since then, her creative stylings have garnered her over 190 million views and 1.3 million subscribers. Her influencer status has offered up many amazing opportunities – from collaborations with the Red Cross and American Cancer Society to performing for Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Zendaya and the creators of The Greatest Showman and attending the film’s premiere in New York City.

While Megan enjoys producing covers and mash-ups, her passion lies in writing and performing her own original music. Her unique sound has been influenced by a combination of commercial pop, indie folk and experimental rock.

Her debut original project, Bad Poetry EP, was released July 2017. This completely independent project has amassed over 2.8 Million Spotify streams and the title track from the EP was played on Sirius XM’s, The Coffee House station 5x per day for 5 Months.

She’s opened shows for Jennifer Hudson, Boyce Avenue, Madilyn Bailey and Noah Guthrie. As an intro to her forthcoming sophomore project, Megan has released two singles in 2018. Her emotional single Doesn’t Matter was premiered by Parade Magazine and charted on the Mediabase Radio charts.

Her follow up endless summer jam, Moonlight, was released on August 3 and is streaming 36K+ times per week.

Wasting no time at all, Megan’s next single, Gimme, about the obsessive nature of social media, drops on November 9, 2018.

Tickets for Megan’s UK dates are on sale now.

The UK dates are (all February and March 2019)

February
24 – Manchester Deaf Institute
27 – Birmingham O2 Institute 3
28 – Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

March
1 – London Bush Hall

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