Meg has been writing and singing since she can remember. Throughout her school years she found herself in various shows, sometimes using songs, poems or scripts that she had written, but it wasn't until the end of University, that she started performing her own music. As well as collaborating with Uni friends under the name of 'Melrose', she started a band back home in Suffolk, 'Fireflies on Mars' for which she wrote and sang songs, until she went travelling for five months. On coming home Summer 2014, Meg continued with music but other commitments, such as writing, meant it didn't have her full focus until last summer 2015, when she could concentrate properly on her own sound.
Highlights have included community gigs in living rooms, Weddings, busking on buses and the brilliant Folk East Festival 2014/2015 where she also performed her poetry. She has also sung at the Colchester Secret Vintage Fair and across Suffolk in various lovely pubs such as The Sweffling White Horse, Easton White Horse, The Steamboat Tavern Ipswich and The Spread Eagle, as well as the John Peel Centre, Geldeston Locks (Oxjam) Isaacs on the Quay and The Cult Cafe Bar - she supported Feldspar and most recently the wonderful Hattie Briggs. She has played at The Milkmaid Folk Collective, The Waveney Folk Collective and Bury Folk Collective. Meg attends regular local open mic nights, such as Charlie Law's night at The Angel Woodbridge.
Whenever she can she likes to collaborate with local musicians (there are so many creative talented folk) and loves playing alongside them - for example Jordan Hay and 'Suffolk music sister' Lucy Sampson.