Reigning from Foxboro, a small town in Massachusetts with an occupancy of about 16,000 people, Meghan knew that she wanted something bigger from a very young age. When she received a Fisher Price Starlit Stage at the age of three, putting on performances in her family’s living room became a regular routine full of song, dance and a ton of dramatics. Not much has changed. Now living in NYC, Meghan has performed at famous NY venues such as Mercury Lounge, Rockwood Music Hall and Feinstein's 54 Below. She was featured on the most recent season premier of American Idol where she got 3 yeses from judges Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan.
Her first EP "All Over the Place" is being released in March.
Tuesday, March 24th
Doors at 6pm | Show at 7pm
Bel Holiday is a singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, body positivity model/activist, amateur actress, children's music educator, and punny genius (in her opinion) from the NYC Metro area. She can regularly be seen frequenting open mics and songwriters’ showcases throughout Manhattan and adjacent parts of New Jersey, and takes every performance opportunity in stride. Her style can overall be described as indie-rock, but she enjoys infusing elements of pop, jazz, folk, and theatricality (being a huge fan of the domain) into her work. Some of her biggest stylistic influences are Lady Gaga, Janis Joplin, Anaïs Mitchell, & Billie Holiday (after whom she was coincidentally given her middle name). Bel has just finished recording her debut EP. Her favorite song that has been produced is “Watermelon, ” and she has lots of other music that she wishes to share with the world. If she wasn't pursuing a career in music, she’d want to become a comedian, an attorney, and a sex therapist, all fields being indicative of her “kooky” personality.
Bel has most recently performed at Gussie's Bar, Rockwood Music Hall, DROM and she can't wait to make her radio appearance on WTBQ, 93.5 this summer.
Instagram — @babybelholiday
Website — soundsofbelholiday.com
She is sincerely terrified of watermelons.