Mary Witt
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Mary Witt

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The best kept secret in music


"Delightful song stylist"

"Mary Witt is one of the most engaging and delightful song stylists on the contemporary American music scene"

- Marc Berman, Wilks Broadcasting


Your CD is STUNNING!! It melts me! You all did a great, great job. Your voice, the songs, the playing....yow!

- Brooks Williams, singer/songwriter

"Great for dancing"

Great for listening, even better for dancing! A full, rich voice carried along with musical friends. You just can't help but want to dance to this sound.

- Debin Bruce

"She sings the heck out of everything"

Some people sound good singing the phonebook. A fine effort from a fine singer. She tops it off by singing the heck out of everything!

- Tom Mahnken - Trailer Park band

"Mary Witt sings with such smoothness..."

I love the mix of songs on this CD! Mary Witt sings with such smoothness, expression and exuberance that you can feel her love for this music. - Rich


"Dance With Me" - Mary Witt
"Ain't That a Kick" - The O-Tones
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The O-Tones is a hot swing and rhythm & blues band from Western Massachusetts. With three singers as the core of the band, The O-Tones will melt your hearts with their powerful three-part harmonies. Whether they're singing their rendition of a 1940's swing tune, or belting out a more contemporary R&B number, Ann Percival, Zack Danziger, and Mary Witt make each song they sing a hit. In addition to blending their tones as harmony singers, they are each extremely compelling solo singers. From sentimental ballads to upbeat soul and blues, they will charm you and make you want to jump and jive on the dance floor. Ann, Mary, and Zack also form part of the driving rhythm section of The O-Tones, lending their talents on rhythm guitar, bass, and lead guitar respectively. Walt Chapman, king of Boogie Woogie piano style and organ riffs, rocks the group along. Along with Pieter Struyk on the drums, the pulse of this band is fiery for dancing or listening.
The horn section of The O-Tones adds pizazz to their mixed repertoire. On the classic soul numbers like Mustang Sally, audiences jump to their feet once they feel the horns jump start the tune. Ike Turner's Fool in Love lends itself well to the drive of the winds and brass. Having the horn harmonies add their flavor to the old favorites Makin' Whoopie and Almost Like Being in Love reminds us all of the big band era from days gone by. Kerry Blount's tenor sax playing adds heat to The O-Tones varied selection of music.

Reporter Christopher Boucher of the Greenfield, MA Recorder says... "This music's so fresh, it almost defies description. Almost. One could, perhaps, call it a revue heritage or a celebration of bebop, pop, and swing. Maybe just a very sharp, very danceable CD from band members who know good music when they hear it. In the midst of all these styles, one thing remains constant. The music always has backbone—a strong percussion part, a solid rhythm section, and a beat good enough to dance to. I expect there'll be a lot of swinging and swaying going on..."
"This music may celebrate the tunes of yesterday, but with its assertiveness and modest, skillful approach, it's definitely music for today—and hopefully for tomorrow, too."