Mean Mary (Banjo-Mary) USA – Country/Folk

12 Sep 2018 - 20:00

Quern / Steinbergkirche

Dieses ist eines der Konzerte auf die wir uns in 2018 am meisten freuen. Mary kommt an diesem Abend mit ihrem Bruder, der sie musikalisch begleitet. Mit ihrem Hit „Iron Horse“ hat Mary einen bedeutenden Preis in den USA gewonnen und über 4.000 000 Klicks bei Youtube. Diese Art von Musik passt nach unserer Meinung sehr gut in unseren alten Bahnhof.


The voice of a ragged angel combined with the banjo playing of the devil … you will want to run away with her.”

— No Depression–

Description & Bio

Award-winning musician/writer and fan favorite (over 10 million views on her YouTube videos), Mean Mary, literally grew-up in music. She evolved from a child prodigy who played for tips on the streets of Nashville (“startling talent” said the Tennessean) to a seasoned performer and headliner of over 4000 festivals and concerts (“the voice of a ragged Angel combined with the banjo playing of the Devil” says No Depression).Deering Banjo’s named her their Goodtime Ambassador, and Janet Deering describes her banjo playing as giving her “chills.” Equally versatile on guitar, fiddle, and 8 other instruments, Mary is known internationally for her lightning-fast fingers, haunting vocals, and intricate story songs. As a high-energy performer that thrives on variety and as a songwriter that chooses unusual subject matters, anything from ghost pirates to demon guitars could romp through a Mean Mary show.Mean Mary (Mary James), a Florida native now based in Nashville, began life as a musical prodigy—could read music before she could read words and co-wrote songs at age five. By age seven she was proficient on the guitar, banjo, & violin, and entertained audiences across the US with her vocal and instrumental skills. Her life has been one long road show interspersed with TV, radio, and film.
Homepage der Künstlerin: Talent war schon sehr früh zu erkennen….

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