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September 29, 2022 48 min

Bobby talked to Megan about how he discovered her song “Tennessee Orange” on Instagram and loved it. Megan talks about how she grew up having music and instruments all around the house but didn’t start pursuing music until she went to the University of Georgia. That’s where she wrote her first song and did her first public performance. Megan talks about making the move to Nashville after college and navigating co-writes during the pandemic. Megan talks about how she wants her songs to truly represent her as an artist and is very particular about getting every detail right. Bobby also asks who she wrote the song Tennessee Orange about because everyone wants to know.

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