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    Megan And Liz

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    Genre:Pop, Country
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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Grave lyrics
    2Are You Happy Now? lyrics
    3Night Of Our Lives lyrics
    4Maybe Possibly lyrics
    5A Girl's Life lyrics
    6New At This lyrics
    7It's Christmas Time lyrics
    8A Better Me lyrics
    Bad For Me lyrics
    10World's Gunna End lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Simple Life [2014]
    2Look What You Started


    Their first video on YouTube, entitled "This Note", is a song which they wrote at the age of 15.[2] Their first cover was of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", originally written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson and performed by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, but better known from Diana Ross's cover in 1970. They have posted 28 original songs on YouTube (as of June 2012).[3]

    Their YouTube channel currently has over 676,000 subscribers and over 155 million video views. They are the 34th most subscribed music channel on YouTube.[4]

    The duo released their first official music video on May 20, 2011[5] of their self-written song "Happy Never After." Since then they have posted 5 original and official videos. Two days later, on May 22, 2011, Megan and Liz performed at the Totally Tube concert in Westbury, New York, alongside fellow YouTubers Kurt Schneider, Tiffany Alvord, Joseph Vincent, Kait Weston, and Jenna Rose.

    Since moving to Nashville, Tennessee the duo has been added to Nashville Hootenanny's 'Teen Hoot' roster, where local artists perform for a crowd of teens at Westwood Studios. Megan and Liz have appeared in June 26, 2011 and August 20, 2011 performances and play both covers and original songs for further shows.[6] In the August 20 show, they performed a duet with "Need Your Poison" co-writers Memphis High.

    Their second music video, "Rest of You", was released on June 17, 2011.[7] The video was shot in their hometown of Edwardsburg with several of their friends. Views of Lake Michigan can be seen in the video. The single was released two days prior to the music video's release on YouTube and Celebuzz.

    In the beginning of August 2011, Megan and Liz debuted their new single, "Here I Go", on Celebuzz!. The song was co-written by the girls and Paula Winger.[8] In late August 2011, the twins released their next original song, "Run Away", along with a corresponding music video. The girls co-wrote the song with Alexz Johnson and Jimmy Robbins. The video was shot at Edwin Warner Park in Nashville.[9]

    "World's Gunna End", another Megan and Liz original, was released on September 6, 2011. The accompanying music video was released on September 12. Megan and Liz co-wrote the song back in May 2011 with songwriter and music producer Chris Sernel.[10] The girls, along with their video producer (who had appeared in the "Here I Go" music video), visited over thirty locations in Nashville to shoot the many alternating scenes in the video.[11] The girls released an acoustic version of the song as a free download on their Facebook fan page on October 3.[12]

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