Mary Everhart | Distant Star

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Distant Star

by Mary Everhart

A Blues woman that makes you think of the days of Billie Holiday but with a charge of electricity in her fingertips that lets you know she's a child of the 70's.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Second Hand
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2. Butt Kickin Mary
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3. Popcorn Pimp
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4. Thank You
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5:31 album only
5. Dotted Line
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3:58 album only
6. Distant Star
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6:47 album only
7. Sick and Tired
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8. I75 to I10
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9. Live and Learn
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10. Trouble
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11. Things Get Clearer
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12. Bluesbird
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Album Notes
You think you've got the blues?

Mary Everhart has finally released a new CD 'Distant Star' that tells the story of the ups and downs of a Southern Blues woman with a little humor thrown in to boot. The songs are about her personal experiences and there is an extra little treat with a hidden bonus track on the CD.

A recent review of this CD Jabeaux from Blue Dog entertainment is quoted as saying, This blues woman makes you think of the days of Billie Holiday but with a charge of electricity in her fingertips lets you know she's a child of the 70's.

It's real and that's what I like in an artist.. The real music, lets you know you're alive and with Distant Star Mary makes the listener search within... I do think it's time some major Blues label take notice of this woman.


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Ken Webb

Even better than her first CD
This is the second CD released by Mary(her first was under the name Mary Thornton) and it is another release of original works showing her ability as a songwriter with great talent. On this album she hits an even higher mark with a more mature vocal sound and her ability to play lead with pure soul. If you haven't bought this CD yet, what are you waiting for? No doubt you will be impressed and wonder why she hasn't been picked up by one of the major labels. If you have the opportunity to see her live, don't pass up the chance. Her CD release party in Tallahassee Florida at the Bradfordville Blues Club was an experience that will not be forgotten... at least by those that were in any condition to remember it!