Megan McDonough has been recording since she was 17 years old. After making four folk albums in the 1970s, she moved to New York and worked as a vocalist for TV and commercials before returning to recording in the early 90s, having changed the spelling of her name to "Megon." She was one of the inaugural members of Christine Lavin's the Four Bitchin' Babes with whom she still tours.
Born in Illinois, McDonough was one of nine children born to a strict Irish-Catholic couple. Having taken up the piano… Show more
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