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Mary Gauthier (US)

Mary Gauthier (born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1962) is an American country and folk singer/songwriter. Given up at birth by a mother she never knew, Mary was adopted. At age 15, she ran away from home and stole her parents' car, and spent the next several years in detox, halfway houses, and living with friends; she spent her 18th birthday in jail. These experiences provided fodder for her songwriting later on (particularly her song "Drag Queens in Limousines"). Later on, she enrolled at Louisiana State University as a philosophy major, but after five years there, dropped out due to drug problems and moved to Boston. After working waitress jobs and eventually being promoted to manager of the restaurant where she worked, financial backe...

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Ben Glover (UK)


"Ben Glover's second record is a shining work of kindness and heart, and I am proud to have co-written a song on it with him. Great art is a generosity, one lonely soul sharing itself with others hoping to be seen, and in these songs Ben, I see you. This is a great record, congratulations!"
MARY GAUTHIER (Acclaimed singer/songwriter)

"Ben Glover is blessed with a very special voice, and having written "Through The Noise, Through The Night" shows his ear is also finely tuned to the vicissitudes of the human condition. "Full Moon Child" sounds, to me, like a modern classic."
RICKY ROSS (Deacon Blue)

“There's the unmistakable spark of the cl...

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