Singer/songwriter rubs shoulders with industry great Ken Scott- The Hamilton Spectator
"Meyer, in her third year of the bachelor music program at Humber College, spent two eight-hour days with producer/engineer Ken Scott laying down tracks for her as-yet-unreleased debut single, Should Have Known. A demo of Meyer’s original song was selected by Scott as part of a competition hosted by Humber."
The Dukes return to Frankiln House- Mississauga News
" Meyer (named a Rising Star at the 2013 Hamilton Music Awards) shows range and tone on her somber original Should Have Known. The band’s stripped down version of Little Big Town’s Girl Crush reeks of musicianship."
Music duo looks to rise in CBC contest- Humber Et Cetera
“The songs have a sense of passion and energy that can really communicate with an audience. They don’t hold anything back and are always pushing the limits of their music,”
Mackenzie Meyer & James Gould Win HMA's 2013 Rising Star Competition -Arcelor Mittal Dofasco
"Contestants and winners received a litany of prizing from Grant Studios, Catherine North Studio, Psychotropic Studios, Jukasa Recording Studio, Kyle Weir Photography, Loveless Media, Picks & Sticks, Hamilton Magazine, Y108, CBC Hamilton, and Hidden Pony."
Nipissing Brantford puts talent on display- Nipissing University
"The judges had a difficult time deciding on the top three acts, as each and every performer delivered the goods. In the end, James Gould, a third-year concurrent education student, guitar player and singer, accompanied on piano and vocals by MacKenzie Leigh Meyer, earned first place."
Hamilton Music Awards' Rising Stars