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Meresha Acid Bass (#Flyah)

 


Meresha has performed solo and as a member of bands in both the United States and Europe.  
Still a teen, she has been composing and recording her own music for over 5 years.  All the words and sounds are her own creation.
She plays guitar, keys and drums.
In 2013, she ran a successful Kickstarter campaign.  She had support from over 100 fans on 5 continents and achieved over 200% of her goal.  
The Limited edition EP "Lunatic" which resulted was shared with supporters and featured an earlier version of her current single "Fool Don't Be".  The songs from the EP had their debut at B.B. King's in a concert by Meresha and her band "The Alien Invasion".
Earlier, Meresha sang and played rock and pop music originally performed by James Blake, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse, Duffy, Christina Aguilera, The Ramones, The Who and many others in front of large theater and stadium audiences.   

Acid Bass
It's a New Revolution, we're bringing back the past.
Celebrating great sound.
Words and Music by Meresha.
Mixing and Mastering by Sefi Carmel
 
"Fool Don't Be"
Originally written more than 5 years ago as homage to Joss Stone.
The first demo was recorded in a CD booth in a local mall.  
It's developed a lot since.  All the words, music and instruments are by Meresha.
Michael Fuller who mastered "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" by Rod Stewart put on the finishing touches.
You can also see the video filmed in Florida.
 
Both songs are available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc. internationally.

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