Megan Wilder grew up in an urban city on mainstream pop music and the few country radio stations the San Francisco Bay Area had to offer. But that wouldn't stop her from developing a deep love for country music and ultimately creating her own brand and distinctive sound. The 25-year-old California native credits a strong line of female country artists such as Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, and Maren Morris, melded with a diverse mix of pop influences like Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson and Julia Michaels. Her rich, clear, classic country tone mixed with her power house vocals and California pop roots have landed her multiple opportunities from an early age such as playing SXSW, the Kenny Rogers Children’s Telethon, opening for Warner Music Nashville’s “The Last Bandoleros”, landing her own headlining slots at Bay Area venues and enjoying a successful run on The Voice (Team Blake).
Since moving to Nashville, Wilder has hit the ground running by writing, playing out, and honing her craft more than ever. With plans to release “some of the most honest songs I’ve ever written” in 2022, Wilder continues to win over the hearts of new fans with her bubbly, candid, straight forward personality and relatability as she continues to pay her dues as the new girl on Music Row.