Mary-Grace was born on Cinco De Mayo, May 5th, 1996. It's been a party ever since! Growing up in Murfreesboro, TN, she attends Central Magnet School and is in 11th grade. Crowds in Kindergarten enjoyed her singing at its first talent show, but she's been singing ever since she could talk. She has performed for over 9 years at the "Generation for Creation" talent show and has continually taken top honors in her age category for vocal performance.
She was adopted by Middle Tennessee State University, MTSU, while she was in the 5th grade. Her musical theater includes "The Sound of Music," "Cinderella," "A Christmas Carol," "Ragtime," "Seussical the Musical," and "Footloose" and many other productions at the Center for The Arts. She also performed at Thurman Francis Arts Academy, TFAA in Smyrna, Tennessee.
For many years, she has sung at fairs, festivals, fundraisers, and community events all across Middle Tennessee and has been singing at Opry Mills Mall for the Christmas Season. Recently in spring of 2013, she was featured on CMT to sing an arrangement with other artists from The Boys and Girls' Club in front of The Band Perry on the Hot 20 Countdown. She was also featured on CMT to be interviewed about the Notes for Notes program at the Boys and Girls' Clubs. About a week after the premiere of her on CMT, she performed at the Boys and Girls' Club Gala and met Martin Sheen.
She started working on recording her first songs in late 2012 utilizing some of the best songwriters in Middle Tennessee. She has been working with songwriters in Nashville on her new pop/R&B sound and if this isn't enough, she has started taking hip-hop classes with choreographers Craig Watkins and Todd Johnson.
Her song selection will incorporate rhythm and blues, and pop music, creating a never before experience that has left audiences breathless.