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Mary Fair, singer/songwriter, began her musical career at the early age of 6! She became a singer in the Darlington, South Carolina vocal group, the Jacobs Sisters, with her three sisters. Her family moved to Baltimore when she was 10 and joined Mt. Olive Freewill Baptist Church where she became a member and lead singer in the Youth Choir. She was a member of the famed Frederick Douglas High School Choir. Later at Morgan State College, she became a member of the Morgan State University Choir and a semi-professional group called the Joseph Eubanks Chorale. She also performed occasionally with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as part of the Joseph Eubanks Chorale.
Currently, she is the lead vocalist of The M C Booze Band. Mary also plays keys. To her credit, she has composed and written two of the songs on The M C Booze Band’s Boozin’ cd, “So Sorry” and “Meant to Be”. She is the featured lead vocalist on both songs.
Prior to becoming a part of The M C Booze Band in 1995, she’d become a part of the Baltimore/Washington music seen where she sang with various bands. One of the bands, Wildfire consisted of Mary Fair on vocals, Claude Liggon on keys, Bobby Ward on drums, and Marshall Booze, Jr. on guitar. And a freelance artist, she also performed with Alvin Hamilton, keyboardist; Mickey Fields, saxophonist; Arnold Sterling, saxophonist; Robert Rucks, keyboardist; Thomas Hurley, keyboardist; and, Jerry Gordon, guitarist.