Fifth Harmony will be performing live at The Paramount on September 23rd with special guest Meghan Trainor, presented by 106.1 WBLI radio station. Meghan Trainer, whose debut single “All About That Bass” has skyrocketed to the top of the charts. Since it’s impossible to turn on the radio without hearing her hit single, we’ve compiled a few facts about the songstress that have us saying, “We’re all about that bass!”
- Trainor is from Cape-Cod, Massachusetts. She fell in love with music early, thanks in big part to her dad… a former music teacher.
- By the age of 17, the 20-year-old had penned tracks for country superstars. While living in Nashville, she wrote “I like the Sound of That” and “DJ Tonight” for the Rascal Flatts.
- She is a multi-instrumentalist. Trainor plays the guitar, ukulele, keyboards, trumpet and percussion. Meghan is a team player. She played football for her local Boys & Girls Club team for three years and was the only girl on the team.
- Trainor finds inspiration from The Queen Bee. Meghan told Radio.com, “I watch Beyoncé videos every day with my friend at home. That's the one performer I study a lot.” The first time Meghan danced in front of people was for her “All About That Bass” music video shoot.
- Just like Fifth Harmony, Meghan’s lyrics serve as anthems for young girls. “All About That Bass” is a playful but unapologetic self-empowerment mantra for women who don’t fit the standard beauty ideal.