by The Alchemist
Mary Moore is a folk-pop/indie-pop artist living in Nashville, TN. With powerhouse vocals and storytelling lyrics, she has been captivating stages and connecting to people from all walks of life. Mary’s vocals are comparable to the power of Brandi Carlile and Florence + The Machine, but also with the sweet, quirkiness of Regina Spektor.
Mary grew up in Richmond, VA where she filled her life with music and performance. Mary played piano, french horn, and mellophone, and participated in dance (pointe, ballet, modern, and hip-hop), show choir, choir, musicals, marching band, and wind ensemble. Mary also was the lead singer for a classic rock cover band that toured in Virginia from age 13-18. Mary went the University of Virginia for college where she became the Music Director of the award winning acapella group the Virginia Belles.
Her newest track is called, “Cold Hands” and we can see why she has so many accolades from her vocals. She has an exceptional voice that is unbelievably memorable. Her lyricism also stuck out as this song really made us connect with it with its ability to connect with the listener. We love everything about this song. Check out the track below and be on the look out for the video dropping in the next few days!
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