Megan Mullins

One of country music's brightest rising stars, Megan Mullins, recently added a Midsummer Night's Dream model to her arsenal of musical instruments. The 19-year old supertalent plays an amazing array that includes the guitar, fiddle, mandolin, viola, piano, accordion, clarinet and cello. Her skills have won Megan awards and landed her - along with her brother Marcus - on the stage of the venerable Grand Ole Opry at the tender age of 14.

Viewers of the weekly national television series "Nashville Star" may recognize a familiar face when they see Megan - she played in the series' band in season three and returned for another season in spring of 2006.
Megan cut her performing teeth as a backup singer on tours with Catherine Britt and Sherrie Austin. She also played fiddle and mandolin during both tours. As a youngster, she performed at state and county fairs, bluegrass festivals, coffee houses and pubs, churches and the International Bluegrass Music Association.

Megan's name soared up the R&R and Billboard charts in early 2006 with the release of "Ain't What It Used To Be," the first single off her debut album for Broken Bow Records. CMT has made the video available on their Web site and it's been added to the Great American Country lineup, as well. The album is due out in July of 2006.

Looking to the foremost talent in the industry for inspiration, Megan names as her musical influences the incomparable Dolly Parton, the unforgettable Patsy Cline and immensely talented fellow fiddler Alison Krauss. Learn more about Megan by visiting her record label at and her own site:

Luna is pleased to call Megan Mullins a Luna Artist.

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