Miss Mary Ann is a regular act at all the major Rockin' festivals all over the world. The Rockabilly Rave in the UK , Viva Las Vegas in the USA, The Camperdown festival Australia & High Rockabilly Spain to name a few.
The band has many record and CD releases to their name with the latest one being the instrumental CD "15 Smoking Tracks" by the Ragtime Wranglers.
Besides writing her own material, Miss Mary Ann stays true to her roots, with obscure Rockabilly songs. Often described as the WHO? WHERE FROM? and WHAT THE HELL ?!! repertoire.
ALL performed in her own characteristic style, from gentle Hillbilly ballads to the sound of Red Hot Rockabilly. Although not conventional.....Never a dull moment!
Judge for yourself........
Toured the USA more then 10 times.
Play over 20 national shows and 5 to 10 international European shows each year, carrying vintage live gear like ’62 Ludwig drumkit, ’58 Kay Upright Bass and ’49 Gibson ES350 guitar.
20 official releases, including vinyl LP’s and 45rpm single records.
International releases (not compilations) in the USA, Finland and Japan.
Band(members) played with contemporary artists lie Slim Jim Phantom, Wayne Hancock and Benjamin Herman.
The Ragtime Wranglers backed up rockabilly legends like The Collins Kids (Columbia), Janis Martin (RCA), Jack Earls (SUN), Barbara Pittman (SUN), Marvin Rainwater (MGM), Curtis Gordon (RCA), Hardrock Gunter (Decca), Frankie Miller (Starday) and more.
For enthusiasts, rockabilly isn’t just a kind of music, it’s a way of life. A raw fusion of rhythm and blues with country and western, rockabilly heralded the start of the teenage rebellion in America in the early 1950s. The stripped down sound witnessed a revival in the 1970s and has continued until today, with rockabillies embracing not only the music but the clothes, cars and lifestyle of 1950s youth counterculture.