From her latest LP, ‘Prodigal’, Mary McGuinness brings heart and country soul to the fore. With a conviction to tell the whole tale of heart and heart-aches, ‘Farewell’ is part of a string of singles on the LP, that glistens with affection and emotional triumphs. With the best traditions from storytelling artists like Pat Benatar, Roy Orbison, and Dollie Parton, Mary’s crystal tones and country-pop shine, sails with mahogany timbre and mystic warmth.
Mary was born in Killeen, Texas and grew up in several parts of the world including Ft. Hood, Texas, Korea, and Long Island, NY with her Grandparents. She began singing opera and graduated from the Manhattan School of Music to later perform on Broadway. Mary then started writing her own songs, and has recorded four albums under another project. She has toured throughout the US, and supported acts as diverse as TRAIN, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Shawn Colvin, and Kenny Loggins. Presently, she makes her home in Los Angeles.
A voice isn’t a voice, without the heart behind the words. A trust that gaps a relationship between listener and singer, two strangers, understanding a common thought in hope. ‘Farewell’ puts its own 2-cents into this affair, and as it coaxes through, the song’s genuine gumption, gives you that delight of vibe and reminisce.
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Thank you to indie music blogger who wrote about “Silver Edge” today and included on their #SpotifyPlaylist Fresh Indie 2020! “Silver Edge’ reveals a voice that can soar whenever it wants to but retains a refreshingly traditional approach with the orchestral embellishment just adding to the sense of grandeur.” – @mp3hugger 💕 Link in bio!