Powerhouse singer Mary McBride and her band, featuring John Kengla on guitar, Greg Beshers on bass, Jon Spurney on keyboards, and Kenny Soule on drums, take the audience on a roller-coaster ride with their fiery blend of country, gospel, blues and old school rock ‘n roll. American Songwriter calls her live show, “impassioned and inspirational,” and Houston Press adds, “McBride has huge pipes, writes a mean song, and comes with a band that’s rock-ready.”

“Her voice is part angel, part truck driver, as if to say sometimes you power through sadness and sometimes you hope for a miracle.” -The New York Times

Mary has most recently been touring as a Cultural Envoy for the U.S. Department of State and since July of 2011, Mary and her band have performed in more than twenty countries, including Russia, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Pakistan, Vietnam, Taiwan, Afghanistan, Turkey, Iraq, Algeria,and Indonesia.

“In some sort of magical kingdom, every dive bar, roadhouse or juke joint you walked into would have free peanuts, dollar drafts and Mary McBride performing with her band onstage.”
-The Washington Post

Mary McBride and her band have released four albums – “Everything Seemed Alright,” “By Any Other Name,” “Every Day Is a Holiday,” and “The Way Home.” Mary and her band members have performed thousands of live shows and have collaborated, performed or toured with Blondie, Chubby Checker, Cyndi Lauper, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joe Cocker, John Prine, Koko Taylor, LL Cool J, Lou Reed, Marcia Ball, Maria Muldaur, Natalie Merchant, Patti Smith, Mavis Staples, Philip Glass, Sugarhill Gang, B52s, Indigo Girls, and Ziggy Marley. Their fifth album, “Maybe I’m Dreaming,” will be released in 2015.