Meghan Pulles is a singer-songwriter who has lived all over the USA including Florida, Orlando, and NYC, where she currently resides. Meghan stumbled into her musical career on accident, as she originally planned on advancing as a trained opera singer and theater actress. While living in New York, Meghan became awakened to the musical healing and in the spirituality of songwriting. Learning to love the tribulations of life through processing by creating music, Meghan believes that songwriting is cathartic; an emotional band-aid to help heal, and to overcome past obstacles. Working towards the “small miracles” of joy to help change the world, she hopes to share her instrumental music to help heal, soothe, motivate, and inspire others enduring pain, by giving fans a musical hug and making them feel uplifted and connected to their inner-selves, whilst listening and through introspection.
“Shelter in the Storm” beautifully executes Meghan’s mission of providing music to heal and comfort listeners. “Our hands are holding tight, to get us through the night, oh you’re my shelter in the storm” is my favourite line from her new song. It provides a feeling of ease, support, and positive spirit. Meghan’s lyrics have a calm nature and deep meaning behind every word, which makes her a great artist to listen to on the days you need some extra healing, joy, or motivation to get you through a stressful day.
We highly recommend checking out Meghan's new single here, and keep scrolling for her personalized interview with us at BuzzMusic!
Hi Meghan! It's great to chat with you. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Thank you Buzz Music so much for having me. This is actually my first interview -- woo hoo! So exciting. A little bit about me. My family moved to the Orlando area when I was 11. I grew up in the small suburb of Winter Springs, Florida. I have been singing since the age of 5. I used to walk around my house singing and dancing to "Annie". My father is very musical -- he plays guitar and sings as well. He raised me around a lot of music, mostly his, which is why I am not surprised that eventually songwriting found me -- and kept me. I am actually a classically trained opera singer, so my story is a little different. I moved to New York to pursue a career in Broadway/Opera but found myself falling in love with songwriting instead. I have been living in NYC for the past seven years; after I moved here I auditioned and worked on TV/film sets as an extra. I found myself stuck in my bedroom with my guitar writing songs as an emotional outlet, but one day I woke up and realized hey this could be an actual thing for me. I view songwriting as a way to help the world and the people of the world. Music is the ultimate medicine in my opinion, and since I am too scared to ever be a doctor I think of this as another way to help the population, and to do something greater than anything I could've ever imagined.