It's lucky episode 13, so why not hand the reigns over to something fittingly shimmeringly dark. Give it up for Meredith Meyer.
Meredith’s life in music really started after leaving home as a teen. A native of
Oklahoma City, she got her feet wet attending whatever touring shows came to
town, and throwing raves out in remote warehouses with friends. Her hunger for
music led her to Los Angeles at 22, where she played with bands that started
and ended as quickly as CDs came and went. There she met Brian Kehew, who
produced her first solo album after she sold him a MOOG. Since then she’s been
in a handful of other bands, quit waitressing (twice), dabbled in the world of
Hollywood filmscoring, climbed to the top of the Half Dome in Yosemite, recorded
another album with Bill Racine, and moved to New York where she started the
indie band Young Unknowns.
Meredith currently teaches young adults and teens at Daniel’s Music Foundation
in East Harlem, a non-profit music center that gives free music classes to people
with disabilities and special needs. In her spare time she enjoys tinkering around
with electronics and watching Japanese tiny cooking videos. Her next recorded
EP “Magic Castle” will be available 9-16-16.