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Mary Sarah Returns To The Voice

Singer Mary Sarah Returns To The Voice 
As Co-Host In Kohl’s Green Room

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — Country Singer Mary Sarah returns to NBC’s wildly popular The Voice on Monday, November 7, where she, along with fellow 2016 Season Alumni, Bryan Bautista, will be the co-hosts of “Kohl’s Green Room,” showcasing some of the hottest fashions and trends from the show. (The Voice airs at 8:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CT)  

Mary Sarah was a top 5 finalist on the 2016 season as part of Team Blake, having initially earned an impressive 4 chair turn in the “Blind Auditions" with her version of “Where The Boys Are.”  

“She survived the early rounds and into the knockout phase (on The Voice), charming both judges and audience with a savvy mixture of vintage-country classics (‘Stand By Your Man,’ ‘Rose Garden,’ ‘You Ain’t Woman Enough’) and more contemporary fare (‘My Church,’ ‘Johnny and June’),” wrote Chris Gray of The Houston Press.

Later in the season, she and Bautista sang a duet on Ariana Grande’s “Break Free.”  (To view their performance, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9tvnnnU22g

“I really am looking forward to being back in LA with the friends I made last season,” Mary Sarah said.  “Bryan is such a great guy, and we are going to have a lot of fun.”

Prior to the 2016 Season of The Voice, a then 20-year-old Mary Sarah made history by being the youngest artist to record an album of duets with some of country music’s biggest names, on 12 captivating song collection titled Bridges.  Amazed by the Texas ingénue’s voice and talent, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, the Oak Ridge Boys, the late Ray Price and others all signed on to sing with Mary Sarah on their most iconic hits. Dolly’s “Jolene,” Willie’s “Crazy” and Merle’s “The Fightin’ Side of Me” are just a few of the songs interpreted by Mary Sarah and her A-list collaborators. Produced by Kent Wells, long time guitarist, producer, and band leader for Dolly Parton, the project was also overseen by executive producer, the late Freddy Powers, who helped Mary Sarah assemble her dream team of collaborators.

Following the 2016 season of The Voice, Mary Sarah has continued to perform and has made multiple appearances on the prestigious Grand Ole Opry.  Last week, Mary Sarah made an impromptu appearance singing “Heartaches By The Numbers” in Nashville with renowned The Time Jumpers. 

She is currently in the process of writing for a new project due out in 2017.

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