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Megan Redmond is a songwriter / producer currently based in Nashville, TN. Born in Portland, OR and raised in Denver, CO, she moved to Nashville alone at age 15 to pursue her dream of writing songs. Since signing a publishing deal with Prescription Songs in 2019, Megan continues to have success working with artists such as carobae, Charlotte Sands, Heather Sommer, Taylor Edwards, Hunter Metts, and more. Her versatility shines through in her ability to lock in early with artists and help develop their sounds across multiple genres including pop, country, dance, and indie.
Megan is especially strong with melodies, concepts, and her vocal production skills. She is also known for her ability to sing great demo vocals, helping to bring songs to life during the creative process. Megan's voice can be heard on several dance songs including, “Deep End" by William Black, "Last Time" by Midnight Kids, and “Sweet Escape” by Syence.
In 2021 she was part of creating 3 cities—a collaborative passion project with fellow songwriters Emily Haber, based at the time in New York City, and Michael Blum, based in Los Angeles. The trio bonded over typically spending their days writing and producing for other artists, and navigating life in pandemic times. What started as a way to finish ideas that were deeply personal to each of them, became their debut album Killing Time, which was predominantly created over Zoom.
Megan executive produced Taylor Edwards' Born in July (The Album) and is currently co-producing Taylor's new releases, as well as a debut EP from Daphne Browdy. Recent film/tv placements include Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin (HBO Max), Rebel (ABC), Love in the Time of Corona (Freeform), Teen Mom: The Next Chapter (MTV), and a CNN promo featuring the song “Future”, released under her synch project MGRD.