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Seen Enough Leavers is the third record from East Nashville songwriter Meghan Hayes. Hard on the heels of a divorce from a 20-year marriage, the songs here are tough, sonically diverse and lyrically driven. Sometimes folky, sometimes reaching into the realms of pop and rock but always grounded in the art of songwriting itself, this album is by far Hayes’s most ambitious recording to date. Hayes reached out to her local community and invited some heavyweight guest musicians, including Audley Freed, Mando Saenz, and Derry DeBorja into the studio to flesh out the sound. The result is a stunning look and listen into the heart and mind of one of the most promising songwriters working today.

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“An unimaginable talent, how Hayes has managed to remain in relative obscurity so far is beyond me, as this is one of the best Americana albums in recent history.” (rating: 10/10)

TOM HAUGEN
Take Effect Reviews


“Meghan Hayes emerges from a many-years recording absence to deliver one of 2019’s most impressive recordings. Seen Enough Leavers is a gorgeous sounding album, literate and intense.”

DONALD TEPLYSKE
Fervor Coulee


Seen Enough Leavers is an “aural triumph with raw, soul-baring emotion, pain, loss and finally, hope. Hayes is not just a writer – she is a bona-fide poet who can paint a picture of desperation through deep lyrics… While the lyrics are definitely heavy throughout this record, they are downright brilliant and show the poetic depth of this extremely versatile, talented singer/songwriter. Hayes’ pure soprano vocals will grab you from the first note, while her lyrics will hold you enraptured until the last.”

MICHELLE WILSON
Ink 19


“Meghan Hayes proves with Seen Enough Leavers that she’s an Americana artist ready to be recognized throughout the industry and to music fans alike.”

TIM W. JACKSON
DittyTV


Seen Enough Leavers… [is] angsty, tough, and feminine all at the same time.”

CALVIN POWERS
Americana Music Show


“On this album, Meghan Hayes is joined by some of Nashville’s best players – including Audley Freed on guitar. It is Hayes’ songs that are the star of this album – which are brought to life by the great music and vocals.”

JOE WOLFE-MAZERES
Ear to the Ground


“Ah, the devastation of the breakup album. You’ve probably heard several but it’s not likely that you’ve heard one as piercing as Seen Enough Leavers, the third release from East Nashville singer-songwriter Meghan Hayes. So, it begs the question of why one would want to listen to songs full of despair, spite, and pain.  There are at least four reasons to listen to these songs from Hayes – she has the poet’s gift for literate songwriting, her soprano voice delivers not only emotion but unpredictable phrasing in places, her supporting band is comprised of top-shelf Nashville musicians, and most importantly, there are enough threads of hope to keep you engaged in her stories.”

JIM HYNES
Glide Magazine


“Her music has been labeled everything from folk-rock, to alternative pop, to new Nashville. But it doesn’t really matter what you call it; I call it good.”

Singer Magazine


“the lyrics on this heartfelt, introspective self-penned album certainly exude sadness and bitterness at times but they also convey a sense of her resilience and recovery. Hayes’s pop/folk melodies (which also owe debts to country) are seductive, and so is her rich soprano.”

JEFF BURGER
Americana Highways


“A songwriter capable of sharp introspection and character examination… resting somewhere between the literacy of Aimee Mann and the mass market sheen of Sarah McLachlan.”

PopMatters


“Though her songwriting is uniformly lean and vivid, Hayes isn’t always mining misery for material. Still, the basic appeal is in the sorrowful details here, spoken and unspoken, and in the sound of Hayes’s soulful soprano.”

MIKE JOYCE
The Washington Post

have a listen

Georgette
Seen Enough Leavers
A Birthday in the Pawnshop (Morristown)
Next Time Around


have a look

https://youtu.be/kKylQ6k0zQo

A Birthday in the Pawnshop (Morristown)

https://youtu.be/XZdbwdcEN4o

Georgette (live)

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contacts

BOOKING:
Cranky Heartburn Music
gigs@meghanhayes.com
571-243-3729

PRESS and RADIO:
Adam Dawson
Broken Jukebox Media
brokenjukeboxmedia@gmail.com 
740-409-0567
www.brokenjukeboxmedia.com