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Resounds: Meg Gildehaus

Meg Gildehaus at the YPR studios
Anna Paige
Meg Gildehaus at the YPR studios

28-year-old Meg Gildehaus was born in Red Lodge, Montana. Meg’s family moved to Idaho when she was six years old but returned after one year and has lived in Red Lodge ever since. She was awarded the prestigious Cook Scholarship, which each year sends one Montana high school student to St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire.

Meg moved back to Montana, earning a BA degree in Communication Studies at Rocky Mountain College in 2016. She performed with the indie rock band Arterial Drive for four years. The popular dance band regularly won numerous Magic City’s annual music awards.

Gilda House was initially formed in 2019 as the solo project of lead vocalist songwriter Meg Gildehaus. The group eventually blossomed into a full-fledged trio, tapping musicians Nick Miles and Tony Morales on drums and guitars/synths, respectively.

Meg and her band have performed alongside beloved local, regional, and international musical acts. Already renowned in the Billings music scene as an enthralling and entertaining live act, the band's new EP, Be Edise, is poised for future acclaim.

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Anna Paige is a Montana-based journalist, poet and educator. She is originally from Wyoming and has lived in Billings for more than a decade, where she co-founded Young Poets, winner of the 2021 Library of Congress Award for Literacy.