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Mary C and The Stellars / Press

"Keep An Eye On This Girl Who Rocks! BuzzFeed Ranked #1"

BuzzFeed

"MARY C and THE STELLARS... POWERHOUSE VOCALS... It's AMAZING to us that SHE IS STILL A FREE AGENT!

"Powerhouse vocalist MARY C - SOULFUL, BLUES-DRENCHED VOICE calls to mind AMY WINEHOUSE or JOSS STONE..."

“Mary C is simply Mary C: an electrifying performer who is killing it with her band The Stellars!"”

"Look out Sharon Jones & The Dap-kings, NYC's Mary C packs quite a vocal punch and her band The Stellars may be able to take you out "

USA TODAY / POP CANDY

"MARY C and THE STELLARS BLEW US AWAY at RACHAEL RAY's SXSW FEEDBACK CONCERT!!

"With the huge success of British singers like Adele and Joss Stone, you could be forgiven for thinking that soul music came from the UK. BUT MARY C and THE STELLARS WILL REMIND YOU THAT SOUL MUSIC GREW UP RIGHT HERE IN THE STATES, AND THEY PLAY IT OLD SCHOOL! "

WNYC RADIO SOUND CHECK

"She has the blues rock swagger of an early Rolling Stones song! I'm always ready to get rocked by a lady with a smokey voice and retro attitude"

"On her Right on Time EP, the New York chanteuse strings together sultry and silky sonic tapestries that are as wild as they are warm. Her voice hits instantly with true natural power, and the songs themselves fashion a unique and undeniable gem in Right on Time. You've got to hear it to believe it…."

"Mary C and her fresh Stellars bring us back to a time when rhythm and blues ruled the airwaves. Her classy, soulful jive is reminiscent of the days of old, yet her tenacious spirit reaches to create the perfect blend of soul and modern blues, like an old friend driving down Broadway in her new Cadillac!"

"A New Yorker from a showbiz family is making her mark on the music scene, blending soul, rock, pop and funk. And while she has developed her own style, that doesn't stop Mary C. from reflecting on her entertainment roots and appreciating the lessons she's learned from her family." NY1's Stephanie Simon

" As a white girl with a big voice recording soul-driven pop in 2012, it is inevitable for Mary C to avoid comparisons to Adele or Amy Winehouse. But frankly, the comparison would be positive!" - Performer Magazine October 2012

"Breaking into the music industry may be a hard thing to do, but Mary C from NYC based soul-funk band Mary C and the Stellars has it all down!" - The Examiner

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