Meet Meghan Lynch from East Bridgewater
Some artists learn to love their craft over time, and with practice, gaining confidence. Others, you get the impression, find it as necessary as the air they breathe. Meghan Lynch can’t remember a time she wasn’t singing or performing. There’s documentation of her breathing her art from as far back as preschool. There were choirs, musical theatre productions and songwriting seminars all along her path.
Enter Taylor Swift, and Shania Twain. They mowed down fields and open flood gates for a generation of artists to come, young women in particular. Meghan describes her sound as “young Taylor Swift,” and that characterization is clearly evident in her single release, “Rare.” There’s the story telling, the youthful innocence, the observation and the vocal inflections all somewhat reminescent of Ms. Swift.
The beauty of art is that every creation is completely unique. Of course, there will always be similarities but no 2 pieces of art are exactly the same. This certainly holds true for singer/songwriters. Their influences may be obvious, but their art is their own. Meghan has certainly earned her place as an artist. This talented creator continues to take those breaths, necessary to live her art, her life and her dreams.