As NFL Cheerleading Captain for the Baltimore Ravens, Meah Pace has spent a lot of time before stadium crowds. But ever since she was a child in Clinton, Maryland, she's wanted to sing.
Now, with her own band, The MAP Legends, and "11:03," her debut EP featuring her original brand of hard-hitting soul music, Meah is doing just that.
She's the little lady with the big voice who dances around a stage like a firecracker.
In "11:03," Meah bares her soul as a songwriter with 5 original tracks that tug on your heart... and make you dance.
Meah Pace was raised on soul music. Never formally trained, she grew up singing in The Mt.Ennon Youth Fellowship Choir in Maryland.
She has since performed everywhere from soul summits to the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden.
Meah has opened for Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings at the Apollo Theater. She has also performed at Lincoln Center, Le Poisson Rouge, Joe's Pub, Southpaw, the Blue Note and BAM. She was the lead singer for Binky Griptite & The Mellomatics. She has performed with artists including The Revelations featuring Tre Williams, Reverend Vince and His Love Choir, Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber, Drivin' N' Cryin', The All-American Rejects, Wild Belle, Leon & The Peoples, The Knocks, and Melvin Van Peebles.
On television, Meah starred in the popular talent search reality series "R U the Girl?" (UPN/Fox), hosted by hip-hop pioneers T-Boz and Chilli from the celebrated band TLC.
She's also appeared in numerous independent films and as a model for shows including
"The View" (ABC), "The Today Show," and "Good Morning America."
But it's Meah's soulful vocals and powerful stage presence that have attracted fans of all genres...
and stir up the soul in all who hear her voice.