Meghan Trainor is 'Untouchable' in Allentown

Meghan Trainor is ‘Untouchable’ in Allentown

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Meghan Trainor brought her “Untouchable” tour to Allentown, Pennsylvania this weekend and the girl rocks! Despite having sinus issues, the “All About That Bass” star brought her A game and held nothing back.

Trainor brought a crowd of 10,000 fans to their feet as she played through new music from her Thank You album, including her hits “No” and “Me Too.” There is more, however, to Meghan Trainor than chart topping singles. Though, the excitement for “All About That Bass” and “Lips Are Movin” were next level, concert-goers were fully into anything the girl has to offer.

Part of Meghan Trainor’s success is her ability to write her own music and extremely catchy music at that. Songs like “Champagne Problems” and “I Love Me” from her latest release, might not reach the radio success of her singles, but they are beyond fun to listen to. As more and more artists, rely on their hits to carry the shows, Meghan has nothing to worry about. Whether you’ve played Thank You on repeat, or just showed up for the fun of it, the MTrain will have you up and dancing in no time.

One fan, named Bobby Planzer, has been drawn to Meghan’s music since he was eight-years-old. Before “All About That Bass,” Meghan was playing her ukulele at the beach for anybody who wanted to listen and that was Bobby! Mr. Planzer was brought on stage as his idol, now the Grammy-winning Best New Artist, sang “Thank You.”

At one point in the show, Meghan apologized for her stuffed nose, but was sure to point out that she still sounded amazing. The on-stage commentary by the singer was nasally, but had comedic value and seemed genuine. There is no wonder why Meghan Trainor has gained such a following in such a short amount of time, and it’s sure to keep growing!

You can find tickets to the “Untouchable Tour” here and be sure to listen to her new album Thank You, available now!

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Corey Ware

Corey Ware, 22, is a self-taught musician and songwriter who looks up to Lady Gaga and other creative energies. Corey is an old soul trying to change the world through self-expression. A former student of Penn State, Corey believes the best way to learn about art is to live and breath it.

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