In 2014 an A&R rep out of the UK reached out to Megan via LinkedIn. It was a small label, Streets Music. They were just starting out. She was 17 at the time and was getting a host of different invitations, many of which felt uncomfortable. There was a range of suggestions coming at her through a variety of methods, mainly on-line. Most, we’d like to think, were from well-meaning people but some were not. They included things like changing her style to country to build her career; take a gig singing Disney songs at children’s parties; and, being “sexy” doing pop.Read More
I’m a communications expert by trade. I spend my days advising clients on solid media mixes to get their messages out. By night I’m a Mom to a very talented young lady. In 2011, with my then 14-year old daughter, Megan Landry, we started on a journey in the music industry. As a fledgling musician, writer and artist Megan wanted to put her music out to the world. With this as the target, we set out to work the social media landscape. The following blog series tracks our progress.