Marye Lobb is a singer/songwriter from Rochester, NY. After living in the south of Chile, she discovered her true calling when she picked up a guitar and the songs began to pour out. Upon her return, she studied at the Berklee College of Music, and released her first album, Finding Home, just as she graduated in 2008. Finding Home has many world music influences, particularly from South America. She experimented with many different latin rhythms and arrangements and sang in English, Spanish and Portuguese throughout the work. Her second album: NOT AT WAR was released in 2012; its acoustic folk vibe has a Bossa Nova twist. Both albums can be found and purchased on iTunes.
Venues where she has performed include the famous CBGBs, Bitter End and Knitting Factory in New York City, the Birchmere in Washington D.C., Legado Lugar de Jazz in Santiago, Chile, and Phillipos Nakas Conservatory in Athens, Greece.
Marye has worked with Oscar Stagnaro (credits include Gloria Estefan and Danilo Perez), Michael Jack (credits include Nelly Furtado and U2) and many other talented professionals. She has opened for the David Bromberg Band, Yo Yo Ma, and played with Keita Ogawa (percussionist for Yo Yo Ma) and many others.