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Holly Stephey & Megan Slankard, Megan releases New Web Series: inDIYe

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Though only in her 20's, singer-songwriter Megan Slankard has independently sold nearly 30,000 copies of four independently released CDs. Megan’s newest release, A Token Of The Wreckage (Spring 2011), is "an edgy alt-rock release that is a breath of fresh air" (Maverick Magazine), “gleaming, grooving, and gritty” (Minor 7th), with "thoughtful construction and clever wordplay" (Performer Magazine). The CD, which was recorded with help from David Bryson (Counting Crows) and Jerry Becker (Train), held a spot in the 10-best selling albums on CD Baby for weeks. In addition to 12 new songs, the CD also includes Megan’s first official music video, written and directed by Matthew Ward. The video has earned 18,000 plays on Vimeo and You Tube combined. Megan and her music have appeared on TLC’s “What Not To Wear”, which generated purchases by TV viewers that placed her CD “Freaky Little Story” on the #5 spot on Amazon.com CD sales charts and on the Top-10 Rock Bestseller list on CDBaby.com. Because of the episode’s popularity, the show’s producers featured her in a follow-up episode a year later, bringing “Freaky Little Story” and her third release, “A Little Extra Sun” back into the Top-10.* Megan has started a new project " inDIYe". A new series features interviews and silly sketches with independent musicians. Take a look inside the lives of your favorite indie artists. Join us as we talk about the first and Second series and the behind the scenes filming. "inDIYe" is a short skit-based, monthly DIY web series created and filmed in San Fransisco, by independent musician, Megan Slankard. Each episode will be available on YouTube, Facebook, and MeganSlankard.com, and will feature different independent artists and their music.