Mean Mary to Perform at Sundilla Sept. 17



International touring musician Mean Mary is on her 2021 tour! She will appear at the Sundilla Concert Series and Radio Hour on Sept. 17, Friday in Auburn. This special performance will include songs from her new albums plus a lot of old favorites as well.

Mean Mary could read music before she could read words and wrote original songs at age 5. By age 7 she was proficient on vocals, guitar, banjo and violin, and her life became one long road show of events, venues, TV, radio and film.

Today Mary plays 11 instruments and tours internationally. She is also an award winning song writer, book author and recently her original banjo song, Iron Horse, (the story of Native American maiden and her horse racing against a train) received the IMA’s Vox Populi award for best Americana song (and has been viewed almost 9 million times on YouTube).

Her special show takes place at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 advance and $20  at door. All ages are welcome. The venue is located at Pebble Hill (Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities, also known as the Scott-Yarbrough House), 101 S. Debardeleben St. in Auburn.

 She promises a fun preview of new songs plus a lot of her old favorites as well. Yes, she will bring her banjo, guitar, fiddle, percussion and any other of her 11 instruments that she can fit into her vehicle. And yes, there are some really, really, fast songs.

 Known internationally for her lightning-fast fingers and raw, unmistakable vocal sound (The Amplifier calls it “sexy, vulnerable and yet as powerful as any man’s.”), Mean Mary’s songs travel the genres of roots, bluegrass, blues and folk rock — story songs, fast songs, sad songs, songs to make your feet tap.

All of her albums, books and other merchandise will be available at the live show.

Two recent music videos on YouTube from Mean Mary albums:

Dark Woods:

Friend I Never Had:


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