Mary Jane Alm

Mary Jane Alm

 Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
BandCountryPop

Biography

Perhaps no female vocalist in the Twin Cities music scene is as beloved as Mary Jane Alm. Throughout the last 20 plus years, she has mesmerized audiences with her expressive voice, authentic songwriting and charming stage presence. She has performed on stages all over the continental United States as well as in Hawaii, China, Russia, Poland,
Mexico, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Mary Jane has been honored with multiple Minnesota Music Awards, including best female vocalist, artist of the year and was recently inducted into the Mid-America Music Hall of Fame. She also has an Emmy Award for her work with The Music Workshop For Kids. Along with her band, Boyd Lee, Brian C. Peters, Scott Scooter Nelson and Gordy Johnson, Mary Jane has shared concert halls with David Byrne, The Judds, Michael Johnson and legendary songwriter, Jimmy Webb just to name a few. She has just released her long-awaited CD, “Me and the Wild Blue,” a collection of original songs, songs penned for her by songwriter friends and a few covers by some of her favorite writers. Produced by Grammy award winner Steve Hodge, this record is a reflection of an intense personal journey through life and music.

AWARDS:

John Phillip Sousa Award of Excellence

Twin Cities Reader Best Female Vocalist

Minnesota Music Awards

Best Female Vocalist (multiple years)

Artist of the Year

Best Country Band (multiple years)

Song of The Year

Emmy Award (Music Workshop For Kids)

Parents Choice Award (All five Music Workshop For Kids CDs)

2007 Induction into The Mid America Music Hall of Fame