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Unlike most acts that have a visual female performer for marketing purposes only. Meg Hackett is a performer who seems to break the stereotype of the typical solo artist. In her act she not only does covers such as Melissa Etheridge and Bonnie Raitt, but also she has the versatility to be able to perform so many different styles, anything from Eric Clapton to Green Day.


MAIN STREET PUBLISHING- "Hackett kept the restaurant entertained throughout the evening using both six and 12-string instruments and was adept at using her glass slide to create a down-south Creole feel to many of her songs."

RECORD JOURNAL -"You can hear samples of her smooth voice and understated guitar at www.meghackett.com - She’s been playing out since 1977, and has worked with original and cover bands, as well as on her own.. Her resume lists well over 100 clubs at which she’s performed around New England and in Florida." Ralph Hohman

FAIRFIELD ADVOCATE-"Hackett is a consummate professional and a natural born entertainer which, in combination, can mean only one thing: if you’re in the market for an evening of musical enjoyment, the Next Stop Café should be your last stop."


Born in Greenwich, Connecticut, and raised in Weston, Connecticut. Meg started out as a soloist back in 1977. Also has worked in a few rock & roll bands, of which Head First was the most successful, as well as Top 40 Bands. She has also recorded countless backup vocals for various original artists trying to get their music heard in the record industry. A well seasoned performer, mostly appearing in the eastern coastal area. She has toured Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Cape Cod and as far south as Florida (Orlando and Brevard County).

She has studied with Sal Salvador for six years along with another teacher, Steve Famigletti, who taught jazz guitar and Chamberlain’s styles of playing. She has studied voice for several years with Rose Finegan, Martha King and is currently studying with Jean Westerman Gregg. Her vocal influences, when narrowed down to one, would be Joni Mitchell and for guitar Michael Hedges.

Meg is not only a performer, she was a Entertainment Director for an exclusive club, handling bookings, promotions, as well as performing.