Mary Bragg

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  • Mary Bragg Birthday Show - Live from Nashville

    This show was on Feb 25th, 2017 | 17 people watched
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      ❤️ Love you! Happy Birthday!!!
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      Happy bday beautiful Mary 🎂🍰💝💝💝
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  • Mary Bragg - Live from Nashville

    This show was on Jan 10th, 2017 | 32 people watched
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“Honey, you ain’t got nothing to say. Go out there and live a little—come back to me in 10 years.”



Those stinging words from a Nashville music executive years ago couldn’t have stung more. But Mary Bragg took that blow-off advice into a journey that transformed the south Georgia native from pop-country wannabe into the striking, vulnerable voice she wears on Edge of This... more

“Honey, you ain’t got nothing to say. Go out there and live a little—come back to me in 10 years.”



Those stinging words from a Nashville music executive years ago couldn’t have stung more. But Mary Bragg took that blow-off advice into a journey that transformed the south Georgia native from pop-country wannabe into the striking, vulnerable voice she wears on Edge of This Town, drawing comparisons to Americana luminaries Patty Griffin and Shawn Colvin.


Winner of the BandPage/Zoo Labs Music Residency contest, and finalist in the 2015 Kerrville New Folk and Telluride Troubadour songwriting competitions, Bragg spent 10 years in New York City after studying music and journalism at the University of Georgia. Now based in Nashville, where two songs she co-wrote are being released by Americana artists Michaela Anne and Sarah Aili, she’s been warmly welcomed into the circle of songwriters at The Bluebird Café after a 60-second audition.

Now touring nationwide in support of her acclaimed 2015 release, her earlier studio album, Tattoos & Bruises, earned praise from USA Today, CBS New York, and No Depression, which called it “a magnificent collection of Americana.”

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