MEGHAN PATRICK

Prior to setting out as a solo artist, Patrick was the lead singer of the popular roots act The Stone Sparrows.[4] The Stone Sparrows released an EP and a full-length album before the members parted ways amicably in 2013[5] after playing their second Boots and Hearts Music Festival.

Since going solo, Patrick signed a recording contract with Warner Music Canada, and a publishing deal with Olé Nashville.[6] Her debut album, Grace & Grit, was released on April 29. In making this album Patrick worked with producers Justin Niebank (Vince Gill, LeAnn Rimes), Vince Gill, Chad Kroeger, Chris Baseford (Nickelback, Avril Lavigne) and Carly McKillip.

Patrick is a published songwriter; she has collaborated with Rodney Clawson, Gord Bamford, Chantal Kreviazuk, Marty Dodson, Patricia Conroy, Bruce Wallace, Buddy Owen, Steve Smith, Anthony Anderson, Phil Barton, Phil O'Donnell and Andrew Allan. Patrick was nominated for Songwriter of the Year with co-writer Chad Kroeger at the 2016 Canadian Country Music Association Awards for her song "Bow Chicka Wow Wow".[7]

 

Meghan has shared the stage with Lady Antebellum,[9] Dwight Yoakam,[10] Jon Pardi[11] Kip Moore,[12] and Gord Bamford to name a few.

 

Meghan has won Female Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Music Video of the Year, Rising Star Award from the Canadian Country Music Association.

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