M.E. Law

M.E. Law

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Folk - Contemporary | San Diego, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 243   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Joni Mitchell, Barenaked Ladies

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m.e. Law is an eclectic songwriter/singer/performer with a distinctive voice and humor heavy lyrics who can paint both dark and delicate scenarios with her songs. Her styles include modern folk, pop, blues, jazz and country. Her material has been used in several Canadian TV shows and commercials as well as a George Romero zombie flick. She has performed internationally for everyone from lumberjacks in the Canadian outback to Japanese royalty and world famous rock icons. Recently she has been a favorite at Canadian folk festivals where she's wowed the audiences with her wide vocal range and satirical sassy style.

Latest News

m.e. Law has recently recorded and released her latest EP entitled "Laughing my A.O" - 5 humorous tracks, highlighting her observational skills as well as her ability to be achingly vulnerable in her storytelling. This is a follow up to her 2013 release "Peace, Love, Death and Chocolate"


J Nelson K posted over 30 days ago to M.E. Law

M.E., Great Lyric And Love The Vocal In "If I" ... If I Had A Time Machine - I'd Travel To My Past --- I'd Be Home For Dinner Those Machines Are Fast ... (:>o) ... Sounds Like Some Satisfying Gigs Going On ... Best Wishes For Your Continued Success ... J Nelson K

M.E. Law posted over 30 days ago

Just back from a sweet Canadian tour! I had the great pleasure of meeting and performing with folk dynamos "Red Moon Road" & superb musicians in "RPR" at the Canterbury Folk Festival. In addition to those performances I did 4 lovely house concerts - one in which I opened up for the magical duo of Tia McGraff & Tommy Parham. Looking forward to more festivals in my future!

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