Meghan Patrick Gets Tattoo Every Musician Will Relate To

29 March 2023 | 11:45 am | Staff Writer

"The never ending fight.”

(Image: via Facebook)

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Meghan Patrick is sporting a new forearm tattoo with a message that every musician will relate to.

The singer-songwriter and wife of fellow country music artist, Mitchell Tenpenny posted an image to Instagram on Tuesday, March 28 that features Patrick and her band member, Lenny Pey pointing to their matching tattoos that read: ‘my guitar fits in the overhead.’

She captioned, “Airline employee: “ma’am, you’re gonna need to gate check your guitar” Me:”

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The post has received over 5800 likes so far and numerous comments from artists and fans alike.

MacKenzie Porter wrote, “Hahahahah that made me laugh. The never ending fight,” while Ashley Cooke said, “this is actually iconic.” Morgan Wade dropped a “YES” in all capitals, Lily Grace responded, “Holy shit yes” and Jess Moskaluke replied, “Hahahaha. That’s great.”

Musician Josh Chalfant added, “Amen to this!!🙌 I’ve also had to say this nearly every time I’ve boarded a flight the past 20 years. Only twice have I ever had to check it (and that was at least 15 years ago), and they damaged it… so I haven’t since. Overhead and closets always work.”

While flight attendant, Lex Honey gave hope to Patrick and all musicians alike when she replied, “I know you’ve had bad experiences w air canada in the past, but they’ve updated their policy - you can’t be forced to check musical instruments anymore! Hope it gets easier for you!” [sic]

Patrick additionally wrote, “Shoutout to [Woods Bramble] at [West Seattle Tattoo] for the ink 💪🏼”

Patrick recently dropped her latest single, Ours. Written by Patrick alongside Joey Hyde, Matt McGinn and Lydia Vaughn, Ours laments the lingering memories of a love gone sour, watching a former lover with a new partner and experiencing a difficult déjà vu in the process.

Ours is about what it feels like when an ex hits ‘copy and paste’ with the new girl or guy,” Patrick said in a statement. “They take them to the same bar, do all the same things they did with you, and to top it all off, they have the audacity to dance with them to the song that used to be yours.”


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