Sounds Like: Regina Spektor, Tori Amos, Laura Veirs
Bio: "With a name like Mary Elizabeth and a reputation for playing piano, one might expect a more demure presence than Mary Bue brings to the stage. At once soothing, spunky, cathartic and full of vigor, when Mary appears behind the keys or guitar, her energy radiates to the back of any house. Since... See Full BioMore Info
Travel up Minnesota's North Shore to enjoy brunch at the Mocha Moose and be serenaded by Mary Bue on their grand piano, her electric guitar & ukelele. 11:00 am - 2 pm. Brunch specials, Duluth Coffee Co. Coffee, beer & wine available!
Drink your starfire, el nino, apricot wheat. Eat your beer battered fries. Listen to Mary Bue & Humanoid as they perform a few solos and then back each other up. Piano, guitar, maybe the uke. Low key and FREE as the day is long.
Tickets online at sacredheartmusic.org or the Electric Fetus In honor of Low's 20 years as a band and representatives of Duluth music Sacred Heart Music Center and Mayor Don Ness are proud to present Duluth Does Low. Featuring many of Duluth's premier musicians this evening promises to to be a memorable event. Come hear a wide range of musicians perform their unique take on the music of Low. All proceeds will benefit the Music Resource Center, an after school music program helping kids to become the musical stars of tomorrow.
www.marybue.com www.stephanierearick.com www.motherfools.com Stephanie Rearick brings her "Junior" show to Mother Fool's for one night only! Using a Boss Loopstation, casio keyboard, trumpet and vocals, Stephanie create lush pop soundscapes. “With a name like Mary Elizabeth and a reputation for playing piano, one might expect a more demure presence than Mary Bue brings to the stage. At once soothing, spunky, cathartic and full of vigor, when Mary appears behind the keys or guitar, her energy radiates to the back of any house. Since 1998, at age 17, Mary has been writing songs and taking them on the road – to 38 states, and counting. Now entering her thirties, she has honed a sound that earns the “emotional sucker-punch” an early reviewer felt upon hearing her songs. “Mary’s fourth studio album, Apple in the Ocean, was recorded at an old cathedral turned music studio in her home base of Duluth, Minnesota and funded successfully with the help of Kickstarter. It drifts on a platform of piano; rises and swells like waves. Her voice is perhaps the apple: bobbing along, bouncing off the vaulted ceilings like the heavenly creature many would say that she is. Standouts like ‘Beeswax’ pick up the pace with a steady hi-hat backdrop and brilliant lyricism, while others like ‘Little Bird’ (featuring fellow Duluthian Charlie Parr) settle into a folk-lilt that is a nice contrast to the more up-beat pop tunes. Rife with metaphor and masterful melodies, “Apple in the Ocean” is well worth the five-year wait. “Mary describes her own work as ‘the retellings of adventures, mishaps, and pains-in-the-ass.’ Which is simply to say that through her experiences touring the country, studying yoga from 2008 to 2011 in Seattle, attaining a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and falling in and out of love, she has a lot of wisdom to retell. The songs are a map she has drawn through the depths of the ocean of human experience; and even though the lyrics are often pulled from secret, dark places, Mary’s presence is a positive one, full of laughter and light.” - Amy Clark, KAXE
www.marybue.com www.twitter.com/marybuemusic www.paradigmvenue.com Join Mary Bue & Kyle MacLean as they duet, solo-ette & pirouette on stage together. New songs, new green guitar & ukelele will make an appearance
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