Megan Sullivan McInerney, known by her stage name Meg Mac, is an Australian singer-songwriter and musician. This past weekend, she was the opener for Jacob Banks at the House of Blues in Chicago and with her first song, she instantly grew her fan base as the audience was enthralled by her voice.
During this performance, Meg Mac mainly promoted her new album, Matter of Time, which was released September 16, 2022. She also included previous work from her debut album, Meg Mac with songs, “Every Lie” and “Roll Up Your Sleeps,” along with, “Give Me Back my Name” from her second album, Hope.
Her song-writing is deep and meaningful, and beautifully depicts the versatility in her voice. This was especially evident during her performance of “Give Me Back My Name” and “Understand” where her singing is effortless and her stage presence is captivating as she sings with conviction which resonates with the audience. In addition, her cover of “Grandma’s Hands” by Billy Withers had fans wanting more and is a testament to her continued and growing success.
1. Every lie
3. Roll up your sleeves
4. Give me my name back
5. Something in the water
6. Matter of time
8. Grandma’s hands
9. Never be
11. Is it worth being sad
Cost of a ticket: $38
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