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Meghan Bowman plays “sappy love songs” with melancholy edge

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The Wednesday jam at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, July 4 was packed, so Guernsey, Saskatchewan folk/ pop singer Meghan Meg Bowman sang pretty melodies while playing piano. Photo by Richard AmeryBowman had a good crowd listening intently while chattering away.
 She played some pretty piano, noting “ I write a lot of sappy love songs so you will be hearing a lot of them.”

 While she had a Tori Amos/ Fiona Apple, girl with a piano vibe happening, her melodies were a lot more melancholy than the typical sappy love song they sounded like. One highlight was “Dare To Stare,” which she said was about  being addicted to money.

Throughout she sang pretty melodies and joked with the audience
Megan Nash was also on the bill, though I missed her set.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 July 2012 17:34 )  
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