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  • “Saying Megan Wilde is wild is absolutely true albeit a tad lame. Instead, let’s say Wilde could very well become a musical force with which to be reckoned.”

    —William Phoenix, The Examiner

 

 

  • “Just may be the biggest release of 2015…this powerful reincarnation of Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner and Etta James is the next “Queen of Soul.”

    — Bob Legget, AXS

 

 

  • “Megan’s music has an untamed quality which suggests something of a wild streak still remains. Though her songs may be an infectious blend of pop, soul, and r&b – Adele, Beyonce, Alicia Keys, and Aretha Franklin as reference points -There’s a rawness to them which makes perfect sense when you know one of her favorite tracks of all time is The White Stripes ‘Seven Nation Army’. Her Debut EP ‘Wildfire’ was released in May this year, and bigger things surely beckon.”

     —www.Songwritingmagazine.co.uk—

 

 

 

  • “She’s the real deal, a fiery singer with a gritty sound and strong songs to boot.”

—www.SoulTracks.com—

 

 

 

  • “Wilde has star quality and is one to keep your eye on.”

    —Audra Elizabeth Yenney, Red Dirt Report

 

  • “A high octane gal that isn’t afraid to lose her mind in performance, Wilde is the wild woman sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.”

    —Midwest Record—

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  • “Trying to stay away from the drumbeat that leads to mediocrity, today we bring you Megan Wilde…Fantastic new voice!!!”

    —50thirdand3rd.com—

 

 

  • “Wilde’s 4-song ‘Wildfire’ EP is packed from top to bottom with so much soul and R&B goodness that it would make Aretha Franklin and Al Green stand up and shout.”

    —Troy Michael, Innocent Words—

 

  • “Robust and Bodacious”

    — Dave Segal, The Stranger—

 

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  • “Soul Powerhouse, Megan Wilde, Started The Night Off With a Boom.”

     —Robin Fairbanks, Seattle Music Insider

 

  • “Rowdy, sultry and soulful all in one, this Chicago born songstress now living in Seattle lights a serious bluesy rock fire under this debut.  A very powerful voice with excellent emotive control is a perfect foil for retro yet edgy songs that also have comforting hooks. “

—Mark Waterbury, Music Morsels

 

 

  • “…reveals a singer with robust pipes, which she uses to flamboyantly expressive ends. Her arrangements and instrumentation have an obvious sophistication that comes from serious study in the academy, but her technical proficiency does not mute her passionate delivery, but rather accentuates it. Her tracks are not simple radio fodder by any means; the artistry involved in these productions is significant. In particular, “Cops and Robbers” and “Classy Girl” feature breathtaking dynamics and severely dramatic melodic contours. The way she extends “girl” in the latter from one syllable to about nine is both astounding and catchy as hell. One can imagine fun-loving teens and composition snobs getting into this music.”

  • –– Dave Segal, The Stranger—