Meghan Dowlen is a well-accomplished, multi-disciplinary musician currently living in Atlanta, GA. In her fifteen years performing, she has participated in a broad scope of independent and experimental projects (Jade Poppyfield, Canopy Joc, Avant-Guardian Angel) as well as professionally represented ones (Material Girls), to name a few. Her comprehensive catalouge showcases a complex array of styles and modalities. Her work has been featured and reviewed in NPR, GPB News, KNPR, Third Man Records, Tom Tom, Many Many Women, ArtsATL, Creative Loafing, Boston Magazine, Mainline Zine, Immersive Atlanta, Line of Best Fit, Slant Magazine, Alt Citizen, Nashville Scene, Album of the Year, and more. She has been interviewed by Louis Reitzes on City Lights, as well as stations such as WABE and WREK. Her debut solo album, Wild Abandon, encompasses the versatility of all of her previous collaborations as well as stands to showcase the expansion of her journey and potential as an artist.