Two songs in, and Megan Keely had me smiling as I sat with earphones in during a mid-class break.
The moment her voice joins the ukulele in opening track, “Anymore,” you’re hit with a warm inviting timbre beckoning you to keep listening. Keely has a tone that is instantaneously appealing: rich and smooth and just a little smoky. It’s the kind with universal draw that is so immediate it’s almost startling. (more…)