Meg Mac Ends American Tour at Mercury Lounge on Monday NightJune 26th, 2015
Influenced by the likes of Sam Cooke, Ray Charles and Van Morrison—plus pop music
and bluesy Americana—Australian singer-songwriter Meg Mac, who’s been compared to Adele, began her career with the release of a single, “Known Better,” in 2013. But she started making a name for herself Stateside thanks to an appearance at this year’s SXSW. Of course, Mac (above, performing “Roll Up Your Sleeves” live at SXSW for Audiotree Live) has also been winning over fans with her terrific self-titled EP (stream it below), which includes a cover of Bill Withers’ “Grandma’s Hands.” A full-length studio album is due later this year, but you don’t have to wait that long to see her because Meg Mac closes her current American tour at the early show at Mercury Lounge on Monday night.