Amazing M3CCA, Homegrown Las Vegas Talent: Talks Latest Song Stars and Moons, Playing the Ukulele, More

Las Vegas draws talented people from across the globe to its stages. However, it also boasts homegrown talent. Longtime Las Vegas lounge singer M3CCA – pronounced Mecca – was born in the Entertainment Capital of the World, to show business parents.

From her latest residency at The Shag Room at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas to her ongoing performances at the Delilah Lounge at Wynn Las Vegas, M3CCA is one of our city’s venerable performers.

This month, M3CCA released a new song titled, Stars and Moons. It is available on all the major music streaming platforms. Speaking about her new track, M3CCA said this:

“I wrote this song back in 2020 on my ukulele and it was basically about my twin flame, my twin flame love. I was just kind of yearning to be connected to my twin flame. At the time, we had decided to go our separate ways. And so, I just sat down one night and I kind of explored my feelings about it and I just started playing these chords and then all of a sudden intuitively these words kept coming to me and I just felt that I had to just express myself and next thing I know I have a song written and I just knew I had to share it with the world.”

Recently, M3CCA accomplished one of the great achievements for a singer in Las Vegas. She now has a ongoing residency at The Shag Room at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas:

“This is my first major, you know, residency at a major hotel and just having the opportunity is very, very surreal and The Shag Room is just very sheek and sexy and super shagadelic and has kind of a 60s retro vibe to it, amazing craft cocktails and of course, amazing live music. So, it’s a really beautiful venue inside the Virgin Hotel.”

Aside from being a talented singer, M3CCA is also a musician. During the height of the pandemic, she taught herself the ukulele

“Originally, I wanted to learn the guitar, but then I came across the ukulele and I decided to get a ukulele and it was just, fit so perfectly and it felt so natural for me to play it. And so I just taught myself on my own, no tutorials, no lessons how to play and that’s how my story, my history with the ukulele began.”

Featured columnist Jay Bildstein joins us for this CYInterview and speaks with M3CCA about a variety of music topics.

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