In addition to her own work as an artist, Mary is also a producer and engineer working in renowned recording studios across the country as well as her home studio in Nashville, Tennessee, Print Shop Baby Studios.
ALBUMS PRODUCED BY MARY BRAGG
Mary Bragg – Mary Bragg, Producer
Mary Bragg – A Long December, Producer
Grace Pettis – Working Woman, Producer
Jackson Emmer – Alpine Coda, Producer
Alicia Stockman – These Four Walls, Producer
Angie Goeke – If I Were Honest, Producer
Mary Bragg – Think About It, Producer
Red Dirt Girls – Red Dirt Girls, Producer
Burnline – Matches, Producer
Mary Bragg – Violets as Camouflage, Producer
Mary Bragg – Lucky Strike, Co-Producer
“The Lonely Persistence of Time”
“Ace songwriter Mary Bragg credits fans’ and critics’ enthusiastic response to her 2017 LP Lucky Strike with inspiring her to rely on her instincts.”
THINK ABOUT IT, the covers EP
“A testament to both her musical ability and production chops.”
“Singer-songwriter Mary Bragg momentarily sheds her country-folk sound for a little slice of Southern rock on a cover of Aaron Lee Tasjan’s “Don’t Walk Away” featuring Drivin N Cryin.”
–Rolling Stone Country>
I’m in a new band. With my best friend. We’re called The Reckless Electric, and our debut album, Comeback, is being released March 2. Rolling Stone calls it “hilarious and spunky… full of twangy, take-no-shits attitude.” The Bluegrass Situation has premiered our video for Ice Cream & Liquor.
Get your physical copy here, or pre-order on iTunes.
What an incredible end-of-year gift: NPR Music includes “Done Ain’t Done” from Lucky Strike on this best-of list for 2017. So grateful to Jewly Hight for listening, and for calling my music “sublime distilling of southern grit.” She says that I’m “subtly refining the folk-country singer-songwriter template,” and that makes me want to go off and refine it some more. Thankful also to Stephanie Lambring for writing this song with me. Go check her out. Here’s to a fantastic 2018!
Two brand new recordings for you – an original, “‘Cause It’s Christmas” and a cover of an old German hymn, “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming.” Available now on iTunes; links here.
I’m over the moon to be opening for The Secret Sisters this fall! They’re such incredible artists, come swoon over their sibling harmony with me. We’re hitting Kansas City, Charlotte, Raleigh, Annapolis, Richmond, and DC. Tickets available here.
Mark your calendars, Americanafest goers, I’ll be playing in the round with Will Kimbrough, Brigitte DeMeyer, and Sarah Potenza on Thursday, September 14 on top of the Westin Hotel from 5:30-7:30pm. Americanafest really is a blast; get your tickets and come hang.
What a hoot and a half it was playing Music City Roots! Watch the full show here, or skip to the point in the show where we play Lucky Strike and Done Ain’t Done. I sure loved sharing the night with such powerhouse women – Carsie Blanton, Laney Jones, and Katie Pruitt.