Meghan Hayes | Go and Give the Guard a Break

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Go and Give the Guard a Break

by Meghan Hayes

Smart, gritty pop from a roots-rock rising star.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. I'm Not Leaving
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2. Desert
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3. Three O'Clock
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4. Nothin' Doin'
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5. Voice Like Mine
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6. Branson
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7. Four Tables and a Chair
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8. Tin
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9. Constantine
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10. Simple
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11. The Brighter They Come
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Album Notes
With its layers of carillon-toned guitars, textured keyboards and earthy vocals, "Go and Give the Guard a Break" embroiders Meghan's troubadour roots with rock, alternative pop and Arlington twang. The new album comes four years after her critically acclaimed first record and appearances across the country, from the famed Birchmere outside Washington, DC and Tin Angel in Philadelphia, all the way to capacity crowds in St. Paul, Minnesota and Washington state. Along the way Meghan has shared the stage with artists such as Freedy Johnston (Elektra), Tift Merritt (Lost Highway), Amy Correia (Capitol), Jeffrey Gaines (Artemis), and many more.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press said Meghan's first record created "quite the buzz" that made her "a hot commodity on the East Coast." The Bellingham Herald called her music a crossbreed of "folk, rock, alt-country and melodic pop." The Washington Post urged its readers to "keep an eye and a couple of ears" on Meghan. The Arlington Journal named her debut CD one of the best albums of the year.



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