Summerland Festival of Lights




Me And Mae have a bucket full of catchy songs that you’ll find yourself singing along to as if you’ve heard them a million times before.” A little serendipity mixed with an abundance of talent has played a profoundly significant role in the rapid rise of Canada’s, ME AND MAE!Shawn Meehan, Ashley Weir, Adam Reid, Ben Parker and Cameron Belter, together under the moniker ME AND MAE, have forged a reputation as the band to watch on the Canadian country music scene. The single, “Love Me Leave Me Lonely,” which Meehan co-wrote with Carly Rae Jepsen, opened the barn doors for the band and they haven’t closed since.

The release of the debut album Off The Rails (Cordova Bay Records) on May 13th, 2014 was quickly followed by a Nashville tour and a nomination for Top Country Best New Artist (2014) and winning the BC Country Music Awards – Ray McAuley Horizon Award (2014). “Their vocal excitement and harmonies are top notch and they can deliver it live as well. There is some musicianship here that is causing attention in the industry to say the least.” Me and Mae has been touring extensively across Canada, playing festivals such as Sunfest, Rocking River Fest, Craven Country Jamboree, Havelock Country Fest while writing new music with prominent producers to help take their sound to the next level. Working with the likes of Jeff Johnson (Wes Mack, One More Girl, The Chris Buck Band) and Dan Swinimer of Manicdown Productions (Madeline Merlo, JoJo Mason, Tim Hicks),Me And Mae continue to evolve as a force to watch.Their latest single, “Feel Good Feelin'” puts a spotlight on Shawn and Ashley’s pop-country vocals and the band’s ability to create Zac Brown Band-esque harmonies. With such a prolific partnership, momentum, talent and timing on their side,Me And Mae is poised to win over legions of new fans. Homegrown country music with a rock and roll sensibility.

Check out Me and Mae on Facebook, Instagram or Youtube before their amazing performance at Festival of Lights, sponsored by Re/Max Orchard Country!