Megan Sloane Linville

Megan Sloane Linville



Megan is no newcomer to the Nashville music scene. Her Nashville roots wind back to her grandfather, the late Jerry McBee, who penned songs for many of Nashville’s great country artists. Musically, those roots cross all genre boundaries and can be traced back to the noted hymn composer, Jonathon Edwards and a great-grandfather, once a Vaudeville singer who performed with the likes of Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. With a family tree intertwined so deeply with these musical roots, according to Megan, “there simply was no way out…the trail that I absolutely had to follow led me right back to where I started out… straight to Music City…my hometown!”
Megan Sloane Linville recorded her Freshman album in2007 at the famed Cash Cabin Studio under the production of Grammy winning John Carter Cash. Megan's show schedule includes fan concerts, anthems and performances for groups of as few as 30 people to over 17 million televised viewers.
Megan’s songs are being played on radio stations around the world and she has been featured in several publications including, Today’s Country Magazine and in the “Listen Up!” section of Country Weekly Magazine. Her performances include; The Cincinnati Reds, The Indy 500, Atlanta Braves, Watkins Glen International NASCAR, Daytona Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, The Allstate Brickyard 400 Sprint Cup Series, The Kentucky Derby, The Kansas City Royals, Tioga Downs Resort and Casino, The Chicago White Sox and The Nashville Superspeedway.
When Megan is not writing songs with some of Nashville's most talented hit songwriters, she is either performing at one of the city's landmark venues, hop-scotching across the country on acoustical gigs or traveling with a band and delivering spirited, dynamically-packed performances while showcasing her strong vocals and captivating audiences with self-penned lyrics that are relatable.