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Me & Mae - Off The Rails (2014)

5-03-2015, 15:12
Music | Country | Rock

Me & Mae - Off The Rails (2014)

Artist: Me & Mae
Title Of Album: Off The Rails
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: Cordova Bay Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 33:33
Total Size: 77 Mb

1. Ring Of Fire (2:50)
2. Rockin' My Country (2:40)
3. Love At First Sight (2:32)
4. 9 To 5 (3:26)
5. Take Me Home (3:17)
6. Tailgate Party (2:50)
7. Love Me, Leave Me Lonely (3:04)
8. What Cha Wearin' (2:27)
9. My Heart Goes On (4:37)
10. Baby's Got A Gun (2:35)
11. Off The Rails (3:10)

A little bit of serendipity mixed with abundant talent has played a profoundly significant role in the rapid rise of British Columbia-based country band Me and Mae.

An impromptu choice to start a band to record one of his songs led Shawn Meehan to the foundation of what would become Me and Mae. Meehan and his bandmates became the ‘Me,’ while the ‘Mae’ came a short time later through an almost storybook ‘discovery’ of Jacky Mae at a radio station contest in northern B.C.

Together under the banner “Me and Mae”, the band has forged a reputation as one to watch on the Canadian country music scene.

In 2014 the band released their debut album Off The Rails, followed by a summer of extensive touring across Canada, perfecting their energetic stage show and tight multi-part harmonies. They were invited to perform at some of Canada’s biggest country music events, including Big Valley Jamboree, Sunfest, and the Calgary Stampede, alongside distinguished acts like Tim McGraw, Cassadee Pope, Aaron Pritch- ett, Dean Brody, Ridley Bent, Kira Isabella, Rascall Flatts, and Gord Bamford. The band finished touring season with several successful Nashville performances and nominations in six categories of the British Columbia Country Music Association awards, taking home the Ray McAuley Horizon Award for upcoming bands.

It all started with a song called Love Me Leave Me Lonely, which Meehan co-wrote with Carly Rae Jepsen, who at the time was a guitar student of his. Love Me Leave Me Lonely was the first song they recorded, the first single they released, and one of the most accessible, melodic and memorable tracks on Off the Rails.

From there, the band went on to release What Cha Wearin’, a sassy, sexy romp of a song that examines the first flushes and blushes of a new romance, but with a 21st century twist. What Cha Wearin’ is an example of Me and Mae’s ability to write songs that feature memorable vocal and melodic hooks while incorporating a variety of styles, giving their music a fresh, original edge that displays their independent spirit.

In contrast to the band’s party-friendly vibe, the band’s most recent single, My Heart Goes On, is a ballad that embraces the band’s softer side, while showcasing Jacky Mae’s incredible vocals.

At the core, the creative partnership that anchors Me and Mae has been prolific and has paid wonderful musical dividends as the methodical, professional, analytical songwriting methodology of Meehan has meshed delightfully with Jacky Mae’s more inspirational writing style on Off the Rails.

With momentum, talent and timing on their side, Me and Mae is poised to win over legions of fans looking for good, homegrown country music with a rock and roll sensibility.

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