Her intimate lyrics are like words torn from her diary, and the music is the glue binding the pages together. Ever since learning to play guitar at the age of 12, Canadian country artist Teagan McLaren has found harmony in creating music about her personal triumphs and struggles.
In 2012, Teagan's performance career took flight after submitting an audition video for the “Billy Idol” competition. The audition video received such positive reviews that Teagan was awarded a seat among the top four finalists, winning the chance to audition in-person for country star Billy Currington.
Since then Teagan has gone on to: release a self-titled EP; place in the top 100 of CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada Song Quest; win first prize at the Voice of the Rideau competition; open for multi-Juno Award winner Fred Penner, and CCMA nominees The Heartbroken; share the stage annually with Gold Record Award winner, Cliff Edwards, in a Johnny Cash and June Carter tribute show; and earn a Bachelor of Music Degree studying the saxophone.
Teagan is currently set to release her first full-length album on September 21, 2019 at The Mansion in Kingston, Ontario. The album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and produced by ACM’s Guitarist of the Year, John Willis.Visit Artist Website