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Interview & Video Premiere: “Watch Americana Queen Mary Bragg’s Video for “Wildfire”


Interview & Live Video Premiere of “Bayou Lullaby”


“With a voice like a clear mountain stream, rippled with emotion and swirled with a hint of gold-dust gravel, she infuses each song with a panful of passion quickened by intelligent lyrics and resonant melodies, all backed up by superb musicianship and production.”


Who’s New Interview: “As much as I loved living in New York City for so long, I did feel like an afterthought to the city, because really everything is an afterthought to the city. [The song] ‘Lucky Strike’ is how I feel about my career and my struggle because it’s about believing in something despite not being dealt the hand that you wanted to have been dealt.” -Mary Bragg


“Whether accompanied by upbeat acoustic licks or aching pedal steel, Bragg’s crystalline voice is the centerpiece of the album that elevates this revealing glimpse into her soul. Lucky Strike carries a distinctive authenticity, born through the intimate connection made with the listener through her vulnerable, soul-baring lyrics.”


“Raw, vulnerable, at times even visceral, Bragg will transport you lyrically and with her remarkably emotive vocals.”


“Bragg applies her decorous voice to the material she wrote for Edge of This Town, which finds her exploring the tension between authenticity and success – a rich subject for an Americana artist.”


“Winning over audiences for years.”


“Bragg’s naturally sweet and pleasingly plaintive vocals shine against a mixture of country, folk, and rock creating a magnificent collection of Americana.”


I’m trying to forget, Bragg sings with graceful sorrow.
But some marks last even longer than those in the title.”


“Deft, polished balance of sweet,
nuanced folk and richly embroidered alt-country.”


“Lovely.”


“She’s got the voice, and she’s got the writing chops.”


“Known for putting on a powerful show.”


“Inspires tears of love, loss and real human emotion.”


“Alluring.”


“Assured yet vulnerable.”


“Incredible presence.”


“Delectable folk-pop delivered in a crystalline voice.”