maryelle

maryelle

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A singer-songwriter with a quirky/bohemian edge, maryelle's honey-toned vocal clarity seduces the listener. Describing her style as eclectic retro pop, you're bound to tap your toes and shed a tear as your heart goes for a whirl.

Biography

Music has been a vital part of maryelle's life. Following her audition for the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, with a holiday Boston Pops performance, maryelle was born again. A self taught pianist, she focused on developing her piano skills and began dabbling in songwriting. Capitalizing on her humor and her humanity maryelle has developed an eclectic style all her own. Uniquely bohemian maryelle believes that in the end, music is the saving grace for humanity.

Discography

Little Lies, released August 7, 2004

Set List

I am prepared to do sets ranging from 45 minutes to 2 hours. Here is a sample set list:

Soliloquy (original)
Fryin' Pan (original)
Quiet Desperation (original)
Plastic Lady (original)
Silent all these Years (Tori Amos)
Alabama Man (original)
A Case of You (Joni Mitchell)
Thirty-Pack Man (original)
To Choose (original)
Thank-You (Dido)
Second Chance Ball (original)
Paris (original)
Abandoned Heart (original)
Words Pale (original)
Your Song (Elton John)
Alot to do Blues (original)
Make Love Survive ( original)
Fire and Rain (James Taylor)
My Immortal (Evenescence)