Bryon folk-rocker Megan Core releases debut single "Twenty Something"

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Megan's self-described brand of feelsy folk-rock draws influence from Aussie greats Alex Lahey, Julia Jacklin, and Stella Donnelly, her music is honest, vulnerable, and relatable. Megan’s upbringing was saturated with music, guitars, festivals, and a love for the bush.  She combines her folk, storytelling roots with her love of Australian rock, delivering a punchy, raw folk-rock on stage. 

While new to recorded music, Megan is no stranger to performing. Cutting her teeth in Newcastle, Megan has played alongside the likes of Kim Churchill, Tori Forsyth, and Boo Seeka (Bitter and Twisted Festival), earning a loyal and eager fanbase along the way. 

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