Great Southern Nights presents MEG MAC

Meg Mac's latest single 'Something Tells Me’ was written with Grammy nominated Melbourne songwriter Sarah Aarons and produced by ARIA and Grammy Award winner M-Phazes, and is the second single from Meg’s mini album ‘HOPE’.

In 2014 Meg was named Triple J’s ‘Unearthed Artist of the Year’. She was subsequently named one of Triple J’s Top 5 ‘Unearthed’ discoveries of the last decade.

In 2015 she released her platinum plus selling EP featuring ‘Roll Up Your Sleeves’ which has amassed over 30 million streams and was featured in the TV series ‘Girls’, ‘Grace and Frankie’ and ‘Astronaut Wives Club’.

Her debut album ‘Low Blows’ released in 2017 was produced by Niles City Sound (Leon Bridges ‘Coming Home’) in Fort Worth, Texas and debuted at number 2 on the Australian ARIA Album Chart.

She has consistently sold out shows in Australia and also toured the US, including an inspirational ‘Black Messiah’ tour with D’Angelo. “It was an inspiring tour” Meg explains “I learned a lot following D’Angelo across America. Starting in LA, across the South and then up to New York where I also played with Gary Clark Jr”.

Gary Clark Jr commented “I heard this voice. I was like “I gotta go check this out.” I was blown away by how powerful her voice was and how cool she was. It blew my mind. She’s amazing”.

Great Southern Nights is a celebration of live music that takes place right across New South Wales. The dynamic event features hundreds of COVID-safe performances at live music venues across Greater Sydney and regional NSW in March and April 2022.

Great Southern Nights is a NSW Government initiative, delivered by Destination NSW in partnership with the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) to stimulate the revival of the State’s live music, entertainment and hospitality sectors, and in turn the NSW visitor economy, in response to challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, please visit

Doors open 7.15pm, support artist on stage approx 8pm.