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Megan Luttrell

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Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Megan Luttrell made her way from New England to the Mid West in 2011, settling in Lawrence, KS. Starting at local open mics she was soon noticed by other musicians in Lawrence and warmly and enthusiastically embraced by the music community there. She now hosts her own open mic and a monthly women’s songwriter showcase. Megan was recognized for her work to support women in music when she won second place in the Kansas City People’s Choice Awards for the artist doing the most good for the local music scene. Megan has always loved music, and has been singing since before she can remember. She began playing the guitar around the age of 14 and immediately threw herself into songwriting.. James of writes, “her sound is inspired by Country, Blues, and Folk music, and backed by a powerful voice inspired by artists such as Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, and Melissa Etheridge. Her songs are a testament to her life through heartache and love.” Her compelling lyrics and powerful, soulful voice make her songs moving and unique. Megan released her debut album "Broken Bottles" in June 2016, and her newest singles, “Miss You” and “Folk Singer"“ in April 2019, which won 4th place in the 2019 Kansas City People’s Choice Awards. Her songs have been played on radio stations around the Mid West and she has played live on shows like Woman Song and Tasty Brew on KKFI.


song list

Never Been to Spain (3 Dog Night)

Let it Be (Beatles)

Wildwood Flower (Carter Family)

Folsom Prison (Johnny Cash)

Ring of Fire (Johnny Cash)

She's Got You (Patsy Cline)

Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)

Bad Moon Rising (CCR)

You Ain't Going Nowhere (Bob Dylan)

Don't Think Twice (Bob Dylan)

Worried Man Blues (Woody Guthrie)

Bobby McGee (Janis Joplin)

Airplane Over the Sea (Neutral Milk Hotel)

Sweet Amarillo (Old Crow Medicine Show)

Jolene (Dolly Parton)

Paradise (John Prine)

Angel from Montgomery (John Prine)

Speed of the Sound of Loneliness (John Prine)

Souvenirs (John Prine)

Summer's End (John Prine)

Something to Talk About (Bonnie Raitt)

Boots Are Made For Walking (Nancy Sinatra)

And it Stoned Me (Van Morrison)

Miss Ohio (Gillian Welch)

All the Good Times (traditional)

Angel Band (traditional)

I'll Fly Away (traditional)

Long Black Veil (traditional)

Will the Circle be Unbroken (traditional)

Dark Eyes (Russian)

If You Don't Have an Aunt (Russian)

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