Meagan Tubb & Shady People

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Meagan Tubb & Shady People

Cast Your Shadow

Meagan Tubb didn't choose the title Cast Your Shadow casually. She went about creating a well-mapped plan to cut her notch in Austin's blues belt. For that, she gets full props; this is unabashed Southern rock with bluesy Texas underpinnings protruding proudly ("Damn Good Man," "Sweet Dream," "First Day of School"). Tubb flaunts her stance with tough vocals, mean guitar, and funky backup from her backing trio of Shady People plus veteran producer/singer-songwriter Stephen Doster.

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