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MEGHAN PATRICK NAMED CCMA FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR

MEGHAN PATRICK NAMED CCMA  FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR

RELEASES OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE

“WALLS COME DOWN”

Watch Official Video Below

Get “Walls Come Down” – https://MeghanPatrick.lnk.to/WallsComeDownPR

 

September 10, 2018 – Last night at the CCMA Awards, Warner Music recording artist Meghan Patrick was selected as the 2018 Female Artist of the Year.  The win marks the second consecutive year Meghan has received this honour.  In addition to the big win, Meghan performed her new single “Walls Come Down” on the broadcast.  Fans can watch the show stopping performance here, and then see the powerful official video here.

On top of this, Meghan was also asked to join Suzy Bogguss, Jessica Mitchell and Terri Clark herself as part of a tribute to Terri Clark’s induction into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame.  The video of that performance can be seen here.

Meghan Patrick is one of the most exciting country artists today.  In addition to her CCMA success, Meghan also recently made history by becoming the first solo female artist to take home the Fans’ Choice Award at the Country Music of Ontario Awards. With her debut album, Grace and Grit generating four Top 20 singles and a Top 10 hit with Still Loving You, Meghan Patrick released her sophomore album (Country Music Made Me Do It) earlier this year to great fanfare.  The first single from the album, also titled “Country Music Made Me Do It” reached the Top 5, and her most recent single “The Bad Guy” was a Top 15 hit.  In concert, she’s shared the stage with superstars like Lady Antebellum, Dwight Yoakam, Kip Moore and Martina McBride, as well as performing a duet with Keith Urban at the Timmins Stars & Thunder Festival.   To keep up with all things Meghan Patrick, go to meghanpatrickmusic.com or follow her on TwitterInstagramFacebook and YouTube.

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