“Her music has been labeled everything from folk-rock, to alternative pop, to new Nashville,” says Singer Magazine. “But it doesn’t really matter what you call it; I call it good.”
Washington Post says Meghan Hayes writes “dramatic vignettes” that are a mix of “pop and country-tinged verve.”
PopMatters calls Meghan “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.”
The Cumberland Times-News says “her work speaks for itself with sharp-witted Dylanesque lyrics, a potent attitude that feels like [Van] Morrison and poignant imagery reminiscent of Springsteen.”
On stage, Meghan is known for her “wry humor” (Washington Post), “bowling over audiences and critics alike” (Cumberland Times-News).
The Daily Vault sums it up: “Meghan Hayes is a prodigious talent, both an imaginative, original songwriter and a singer with a gift for wrapping her voice around a song.”