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My Story

Megan Graney launched her musical career in 2021 with debut single “Borrowed Time". The Bay Area native is most well-known for her stylistic approach using healing lyrics and colorful production to create masterful sounds. Her unmistakable talent in bringing sonically-rich melodies to the listener shines through bringing nostalgic memories and lived experiences that champion mental health stigmas and her search for authenticity. 


Megan is most well-known for her stylistic approach using healing lyrics and colorful production. Her versatility in performing a variety of genres from jazz, americana, gospel, folk, and choral music earned her the opportunity to gain accolades including the following:


  • Sang background vocals for Rita Ora (VH1’s Trailblazer Honors)

  • Performed choral originals at Capitol Studios

  • Performed the National Anthem for the Los Angeles Rams in 2018 with Angel City Chorale

  • Performed with Andy Mientus for his tribute to Joni Mitchell at Hotel Cafe (Los Angeles) and Feinstein’s at the Nikko (San Francisco) 


Previous performances include shows at The Village Studios and The Descanso Gardens Summer Series. Prior to her artist career, Megan earned credits in major films including Despicable Me 3 and The Nut Job 2. Her work at Bear McCreary’s studio, Sparks and Shadows, ultimately earned her the studio management role for Brazilian film composer, Heitor Pereira, located at Hans Zimmer’s company - Remote Control Productions. Megan continued to earn further credits assisting Canadian based film composer, Andrew Lockington, for the last 3 years. Credits include the Emmy Award winning series Delhi Crime, Daybreak, and American Gods. 


Her second single “Waves” debuted August 27, 2021. The song focuses on the concepts of grief and how that journey changes as time goes by of losing a loved one. It was written after the passing of her father in 2020. It is her sincerest hope that it will provide a catharsis for anyone grieving. Such a permanent event, and universal topic, deserves more light and understanding through our shared vulnerability.

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