Concert Review: Meg Myers (Fillmore Charlotte)

Charlotte's 106.5 The End threw a Festivus party for the rest of us at a packed Fillmore on Monday night. While Bastille, owner of the...



Charlotte's 106.5 The End threw a Festivus party for the rest of us at a packed Fillmore on Monday night. While Bastille, owner of the #3 song in the nation right now ("Happier"), might've been the headliner, we were there to see Meg Myers, having been huge fans of the singer since 2013's "Desire" single.



Meg Myers took the darkened stage at the Fillmore flanked by a keyboardist/guitarist and a drummer. The sparse setup and lack of bright lights helped strengthen Myers's intense sound and delivery. She kicked off the show with the slinky, pulsing "Jealous Sea" from her latest album, Take Me To The Disco, and ended it with another track off the album, "Little Black Death." While her performance was only five songs, it gave those in the audience a great taste of her sound and how amazing she is live. Here's hoping she's able to come our way again in 2019 and treats us with a full set!



SET LIST
"Jealous Sea"
"Motel"
"Numb"
"Desire"
"Little Black Death"

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