Megan has been writing and recording songs for the new record “Head Heart Hand”. As at mid-June the mixing process has almost finished. Expect news any time soon.
Behind the Castle, Sherbourne, Dorset (with the band)
O2 Oxford (with the band)
Tandem Festival (Catweazle stage) Oxford
Guiting Music Festival
Festival, The Lizard, Cornwall
North Dorset Folk Festival
“Megan Henwood is fantastic and is going to be a megastar!”
Oxford Mail, November 2013
Here’s Megan with a beautiful reading of a Christmas favourite, which you can actually buy as it features on our own “The Chillout Album 2″
Here’s what the press have been saying:
As folk music splinters into countless variations of Nu-Folk it’s refreshing to hear someone doing it in the traditional way.
Making Waves is a generational call to abandon apathy.
Q – Top 50 downloads
A bewitching set of songs (which) display an articulate worldview that Ray Davies or Chris Difford would be proud of.
Making Waves would be a remarkably polished album from any artist. From a 22 year-old debutante it’s simply remarkable.
**** R2 (Rock ‘n’ Reel) MAGAZINE
A stunningly assured debut from a young talent set to achieve great things.
Comparisons to Laura Marling are too hard to resist but she does have a fabulous voice and some fire in her belly which should propel her near the top!
One of the UK’s finest emerging singer/songwriters. Making Waves is full of great songs…. it’s brilliant.
Outstanding and boundary-breaking debut album from 22 year old BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award winner.
Without a doubt, Megan is one of the best British female singers that have emerged in the last five years.
A stunning debut!
PENNY BLACK MUSIC
Bloody good. GUARDIAN
One to watch. THE INDEPENDENT
Making Waves is a clear winner in every way an album should be. Megan Henwood’s songwriting skills are demonstrated to the full on every track, a stunning debut from a bright new talent!
A spectacular debut!
FOLK RADIO UK
She has the voice and the songwriting craft to take her into the mainstream.
Brings to mind both Laura Marling and Joni Mitchell, gently impassioned folk enveloped in a swirl of acoustic strumming and elegant orchestration – irresistible.
DIRECT CURRENT MAGAZINE, CHICAGO
Bright, melodic and original with great songs and fine musicianship.