SONG PREMIERE: Megan & Shane Kick Up Late ’70s Twang Stompin’ Duo Hijinks On “Put Me Down”

“We decided to take a break from heavy introspective lyrics. We love the playful banter of classic country duets and wanted to put out a fun and playful homage to what we love,” says husband-wife duo Megan & Shane about their potent new track “Put Me Down,” which wallops with a bit of Waylon and Loretta but enough humor to keep it real. Check out the Glide premiere of this late ’70s early ’80s foot-stomper that would been a regular player on the ol’ Nashville Network (TNN).

The duo recently relocated to Nashville from the southwest where they got right toa couple new singles that solidify their comfy and righteous twang, previously heard on their debut LP Daughter of Country. They tapped Chris Mara (Jason Isbell, Old Crow Medicine Show, Molly Tuttle, Margo Price) of Welcome to 1979 studio in Nashville to produce and engineer their next set of singles. Mara is an analog phenom, and teaches classes on how to use his classic tape machines. Megan & Shane went into the studio and recorded live, straight to tape, with no overdubs with Third Man Records artist Lillie Mae (fiddle), Craig Smith (electric guitar), Brett Johnson (bass) who was a touring member of hip hop act Atmosphere, and Nick Larsen (drums).

The results can be heard below as this husband and wife duo give a wake-up call to otherwise sleepy duos in the SoundCloud universe…

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