There's a pleasant feeling one gets listening to Meg Hutchinson's newest album, Beyond That. She's never one to shy away from writing songs about deep emotions ranging from darkness to joy. But this album strikes a positive note ... like she's planted a seed that has begun to unfold into a beautiful blossom.
The album describes Meg's own personal journey out of depression and into a life of new possibilities and hope.
Meg Hutchinson stopped by the Radio Heartland studio to talk about and play songs off her latest album, Beyond That.
"When The Lights Went Down"
"Turned to You"
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- Meg Hutchinson In Studio Meg Hutchinson sings songs from "The Living Side"
- Meg Hutchinson performs in The Current studio One would think that folksingers in Boston are lining up to get gigs and trying to out-do each other in a fiercely competitive scene. But Meg Hutchinson says it's more of a family atmosphere. She's one of Red House Records' newest singer-songwriters and says the Boston scene, where she lives now, is supportive and thriving.