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Mary Keey / Press

“It takes a great deal of courage to cover a song. In order to avoid repeating whats already been done, one must find a way to make his or her rendition unique, showcasing a level of originality that allows the art to speak for itself and hold its own against its predecessor(s). .... Whether one favors a particular version over another is something that ultimately comes down to personal preference, and, while still a topic of debate for this and any cover recorded from here to eternity, one thing that’s clear is that Mary Keey have modernized a classic in a tasteful way — projecting their own musical identity without compromising the original artistry — and, at the end of the day, that’s all anyone can ask of a cover.”

“EDM Invasion: Mary Keey We know history sometimes repeats itself. It is most evident with one particular industry, which is music. We experienced the birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll then the explosion of the disco era. Both then lost their touch and alternative music caught the spotlight. What was to come next was anyone’s guess. In the early 2000’s dance music was attempting to break through once again. The arrival of artists like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry made it possible for dance music to break into mainstream. All this was happening in America. But back in Europe dance music was always a popular style that never really lost its ground.”

“WELCOME MARY KEEY TO THE USA Good morning world. I hope you are all doing well this week. I love taking time off but coming back to 300+ emails can be overwhelming. This is exciting news I read on emarketer.com, “The average adult will spend over 5 hours per day online, on nonvoice mobile activities or with other digital media this year, eMarketer estimates, compared to 4 hours and 31 minutes watching television.” Just another example how the internet has changed the game for all media from music to print to TV. You know planning a US tour can be tough for a domestic band but how about for Mary Keey from Switzerland?! Well that is not getting in the way of the band, Mary Keey, who plan to start on the northeast and head west spreading their electro pop sound for all to hear. I am so excited to meet up with Mary & the crew in Boston I had to have them on first. Join us today as Mary Keey speaks on planning the US tour, what a live show for Mary Keey is like...”

“MusicDish reviewers critiquing the single said: “Closer” is an addictively catchy, up tempo feel good song that has a pop and Caribbean fusion feel to it. Great percussion and harmonizing with interesting twists of synth are the hallmark of this track. A bumping bass line, grooving guitar and other accents, including great phrasing and mixing make “Closer” a song that will burn up the club circuits, but it will also be popular for cruising in the car, or just having friends over for a good time.”

“Sometimes chance encounter is all it takes. It is that moment of serendipity where the universe is seemingly telling you: “you’re supposed to meet this person.” Such was the case when Mary Keey and guitarist/producer Phil were touring separately and met one another. And in that instant, both of their careers would change and the rise of a band would begin.”

“...Some artists come together to make music and others just gravitate to each other because it’s meant to be. That’s the case with the powerhouse House/Hip hop/Pop/Electronic duo Mary Keey, who just released their debut single “Not Good Enough,” which is available as a free download at www.marykeeymusic.com. Their 5 track debut EP is expected to be released at the end of July 2011....”