Tyler Lamb | MTSU Seigenthaler News Service
Emerging pop artist Bulow performed for a densely packed crowd Thursday at Bonnaroo’s Who Stage, the young artist performed songs from her most recent album “Crystalline,” released in April.
Megan Bulow was named “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” at this year’s Canadian Juno Awards. The artist also was nominated for other categories, including, fan choice award, pop album of the year for her previously released album “Damaged,” and single of the year for “Not a Love Song.”
Bulow captivated the audience with her unique pop sound and smooth voice, as much of the well-versed crowd sang her lyrics back to her. In other portions of the show, she showed she’s also not afraid to occasionally smash the drum symbols.
This diversity translates to Bulow’s life in other ways. The 19-year-old has lived in a variety of places throughout her life, including, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the Netherlands. Her vast range of culture touches people through her music, as evidenced by her enthusiastic Bonnaroo reception.