Growing up in Richmond, Texas Mary Sarah’s love for all forms of country. The hundreds of country radio stations and numerous Opry Theaters served as an ideal environment for cultivating her talent and Mary Sarah took advantage of every opportunity. She has been a fixture on Texas stages since she was eight years old!
With the support of her entire family Mary Sarah began honing her talent as a featured performer in the touring production of Kidz Bop when she was only 12. The experience of performing for 4,000 – 6,000 kids on a regular basis perfected her stage presence and opened up a world of possibilities. When she was barely 15, she was invited on stage by the Oak Ridge Boys to sing her flawless a’capella rendition of the 1961 Connie Frances hit, “Where the Boys Are,” solidifying Mary Sarah’s decision to use her voice in paying homage to the masters of the craft.
By that time the country-singer signed her multi-Album deal with AGR Television Records this year, she was already making a splash all over the social media. 1,549 people use her mobile app, 2,674 fans are YouTube subscribers, she has racked up 8,394 MySpace friends, 15,003 Facebook likes, 55,353 Twitter followers, and 89,318 Reverb Nation Fans.
Mary Sarah’s album of duets with ten of the greatest living legends of country music is designed to promote the legacy of traditional country, while passing the figurative torch to an appreciative new generation. The track list includes “Jolene” with Dolly Parton, “Crazy” with Willie Nelson, “Fightin’ Side of Me” with Merle Haggard and “Heartaches by the Number” with Ray Price.