is self taught on the guitar primarily, but not really self taught. She listened to albums and played with other musicians that she grew up around on Chicago’s South side. She has played with many accomplished musicians, on the streets and subway of Chicago, up to the best stages, including the 2008 Chicago blues festival and Buddy Guy’s Legends. In 2018, she relocated to the Northern Shenandoah Valley regions and now performs regularly at wineries, breweries, outdoor festivals and local event spaces. Her vocal range is wide and she can croon standards like “At Last” or belt out some Koko Taylor-like vocals on a moment’s notice. Her live performances, whether solo or with a band, is an exciting musical gumbo which will have you moving in your seats. Don’t miss a chance to check out this dynamic artist if she is performing in your area.
She plays solo, duo, or with a full band!
In addition to playing around Chicagoland at places such as Buddy Guy’s Legends, she travels the country performing at wineries, festivals and private events. She covers a huge range of genres, from classic rock-folk to blues to funky jazz.
Meisha loves touring and sharing her unique style of music while using her vocal skills to connect with people of all walks of life in an uplifting way.
The Band currently consists of bassist, Robert Friedensen and drummer, Frank Perez. They both provide a tight rhythm section for the foundation of her sound. You can catch them playing around the Virginia area-from the DC area down to the Shenandoah Valley.
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