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Monday, May 7, 2018

Meg Williams - Maybe Someday - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Maybe Someday, from Meg Wilson and it's a straight up rocker. Opening with Not My Problem, Meg Williams leads on vocal and guitar with funky bass lines from Greggory Garner steady drum rhythm by Kyle Law and backing vocals by Sara Rogers. Shuffle track, Bad Lovin' has a catchy melody and slick guitar riffs by Williams with backing vocals by Sam Gonzales and Chase Walker. Blues rocker, Little Bit Of The Devil blends Charlie Daniels, The Allmans, JJ Cale, and Pat Benetar to come up with a flashy country rock radio track. Title track, Maybe Someday has a bouncy rhythm and slide guitar by Dan Wecht with a lot of the grease characteristic of Derek Trucks. With a solid melody and certain pace, this is definitely my pick for best track on the release. You Let Me Down is a straight ahead rocker with a cool melody but it's the fiery guitar lead that sets this track apart. Wrapping the release is pop rocker, I Feel A Heartache Coming with blended sweet lead vocals and blended lead on the chorus, this track is a positive closer for a mostly radio focused (under 4 min each) release.



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