I’m Still Alive and Kicking !

It’s been rough, folks. No lie. Since last year I’ve had added problems caused by over active immune system and intense pain from TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA. I’ve tried to force my brain to let me listen to music but it keeps fighting back. I refuse to give up however, and I pray a neuro genius somewhere will figure out how to re-route my brain signals so I can work with music again.

In the meantime, I’m happy to report that I’m back working with a wonderful sound engineer from my Cincinnati recording days. You can check him out and thank him yourself on his Facebook page, just look for Bill Gwynne.

Starting last year, Bill’s been rescuing some of my beloved long lost albums, with songs that many of you have asked for, and we will release more music throughout this year. Huzzah !

First up : Swing The Cat (from 1987) IS NOW AVAILABLE !!

It’s been re-mastered in all it’s quirky grandeur and sounds great ! You can check it out on CDbaby.com and iTunes. Enjoy !

((Hugs)) to Everyone,

😊 Meg

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  1. Andrew Reynolds
    Feb 18, 2018 @ 10:12:15

    I loved that one. The tape I bought years ago (likely in 87) died a long time ago.

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    • megdavisarts
      Feb 18, 2018 @ 15:09:01

      Neat ! Thanks for jumping in. I’ve been reading your posts, always interesting. It took a lot of doing to get my old masters, engineer had to pick them up in Michigan then transfer them in Cincinnati and finally work on everything in Hilton Head. My music is well traveled.
      Happy Sunday, to you
      😁 Meg

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  2. Cindy Funk
    Feb 18, 2018 @ 09:07:27

    Ah….a mention of the “Cincinnati Days”. That may explain why you played Dayton at the Canal Street Tavern one time. That was a glorious evening, never to be forgotten. The lights hit your gorgeous hair just right and you glowed like an angel. An then the voice was even more angelic. I thought I had taken a picture that night, but it’s still hiding, I think. Sadly, Canal Street is no more and Mick Montgomery just recently passed away. Such a sad thing for all of us here. But the memories go on…. Much love. Can’t wait to hear the music…. xoxoxoxox

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    • megdavisarts
      Feb 18, 2018 @ 15:13:02

      Gee Cindy, so cool to hear from you. Your recollection of the last concert I ever did in Dayton makes me feel so good about that evening. I remember having to wait a long, long time to get on stage and I really appreciated everyone who stayed to hear me.
      Wish I still had that long hair !
      Hope you’ve been doing well.
      πŸ€— Meg

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