• meghan-and-sarah-for-webBoth Sarah Potenza and Meghan Linsey have made a name for themselves since competing on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2015 and gone on to wow audiences across the nation, each with a powerfully soulful and distinctive voice.

    Potenza left the show as a top 20 finalist then headed to Nashville, where she quickly integrated into the local music scene, becoming a staple at the world renowned Bluebird Café and the globally broadcast Music City Roots program. She continues to earn raves for her big voice, which seamlessly blends roots, rock and soul. NPR Music exclusively premiered the music video to Potenza’s debut album, ‘Monster’. Programmers have been supporting her gritty sound and unstoppable resolve, resulting in ‘Monster’ moving quickly up the Americana Radio chart. NPR Music calls the album a “blistering, riff-propelled personal anthem,” while No Depression states, “You won’t find any gimmicks on MONSTER, just pure unadulterated rock and roll.” Sarah’s album also received rave reviews from Rolling Stone. In September the magazine named her one of the top 10 artists you need to know, stating “Potenza is to the Blues what Adele is to Pop.”

    In May 2015, Meghan was named the Season 8 Runner Up of NBC’s hit show The Voice. In 2015 Meghan charted a #1 on the Christian Billboard chart with her rendition of “Amazing Grace”. After her journey on The Voice, Meghan independently released her pop EP ‘Believer’ which debuted at #6 on the iTunes Pop Chart. During her time on The Voice, Meghan had several songs top the iTunes charts including 3 #1 songs on the iTunes All Genre Chart. Before The Voice, Meghan was one half of the chart topping country duo Steel Magnolia. The duo’s debut single “Keep On Lovin You” landed the #4 Position on the Billboard Country chart and was the highest charting debut single from a co-ed duo in country music history. “Linsey marries soul, blues, rock, country and even a little gospel together in a unique, captivating sound that has seemingly no ceiling to its range.” - Rolling Stone

    Powerful. Soulful. Distinctive. These are just a few of the adjectives used to describe the incredible voice and natural allure of Meghan Linsey. She uses her voice and overall presence, along with the songs she so carefully crafts, to tell the stories she wants, or more accurately, “needs” to tell.

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