There are two types of country artists: the rootsy and the pop-minded. It’s in the latter group that most of the today’s female up-and-coming artistes belong – but not Mary Sarah. The 18-year-old Texan has a great following since her days as part of the KidzBop troupe and is followed by almost 83 thousands fans on Twitter, but now the time comes to treat her as a serious contender in the traditional field, as “Bridges,” the youngster’s full-length debut, sees her duet with the crème de la crème of Mary Sarah’s chosen genre on their own classics.
Produced by Nashville’s veteran Kent Wells and placed to Cleopatra Records thanks to the recommendation from THE OAK RIDGE BOYS, the album, out on July 8th, is destined bridge the gap between the two aforementioned categories and make Mary Sarah a truly household name.
1. Jolene (with Dolly Parton)
2. Crazy (with Willie Nelson)
3. Fightin’ Side Of Me (with Merle Haggard)
4. Heartaches By The Number (with Ray Price)
5. Go Rest High On That Mountain (with Vince Gill)
6. Dream On (with THE OAK RIDGE BOYS)
7. Texas, When I Die (with Tanya Tucker)
8. Rose Garden (with Lynn Anderson)
9. What A Difference You’ve Made In My Life (with Ronnie Milsap)
10. Where The Boys Are (with Neil Sedaka)
11. My Great Escape (with John Rich and Big Kenny)
12. All I Wanna Do Is Sing My Song (with Freddy Powers)
13. I’m Sorry