Mary H.


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    • Post Modern Jukebox
    • All About That [Upright] Bass – Meghan Trainor Cover
    • Gangsta’s Paradise – Vintage 1920’s Al Capone Style Coolio Cover
    •  Oops!… I Did It Again – Vintage Marilyn Monroe Style Britney Spears Cover
    • I Kissed A Girl – Vintage ’50s Doo Wop Katy Perry Cover
    • Single Ladies- Vintage Cabaret Beyonce Cover
    • Umbrella – Vintage “Singin’ in the Rain” Style Rihanna Cover
    • All of Me – Vintage Soul John Legend Cover
    • Royals – Vintage Cabaret Lorde Cover
    •  Chandelier – Vintage Cabaret Sia Cover
    • Hey Ya! – Vintage ’60s Soul Outkast Cover
    • MMMbop – 1950s Style Hanson Cover
    • Seven Nation Army – Vintage New Orleans Dirge White Stripes Cover
    • I’m Not the Only One – Vintage New Orleans – Style Sam Smith Cover
    • Lovefool – Vintage Jazz Cardigans Cover
    • Team – Vintage Cabaret Lorde Cover
    • Careless Whisper – Vintage 1930’s Jazz Wham! Cover
    • Call Me Maybe – Vintage Carly Rae Jepsen Cover
    • Halo – Vintage Motown Style Beyonce Cover
    • Stay With Me – Vintage 1940s “Old Hollywood” Style Sam Smith Cover
    • Bad Romance – Vintage 1920’s Gatsby Style Lady Gaga Cover
    • Drunk in Love – Vintage Big Band / Swing Beyonce Cover
    • Burn – Vintage ’60s Girl Group Ellie Goulding Cover
    • Shake It Off – Vintage Motown Taylor Swift Cover
    • Mad World- Vintage Vaudeville-style Gary Jules cover
    • Blank Space – Vintage Cabaret – Style Taylor Swift Cover
    • Jazz Standards
    • Blue Moon
    • Fly Me to the Moon
    • Bill Bailey
    • When You’re Smiling
    • What a Wonderful World
    • Girl From Ipanema
    • Don’t Get Around Much Any More
    • Stardust
    • Makin’ Whoopee
    • How High The Moon
    • Basin Street Blues
    • Fever
    • Moondance
    • Sway
    • Come Fly With Me
    • Satin Doll
    • Honey Suckle Rose
    • My Baby Cares For Me
    • The Way You Look Tonight
    • A Foggy Day (In London Town)
    • I’ve Got You Under My Skin
    • All of Me
    • Georgia On My Mind
    • Cheek to Cheek
    • Can’t We Be Friends
    • The Lady is a Tramp
    • Mack The Knife
    • Misty
    • Blue Skies
    • I Got Rhythm
    • They Can’t Take That Away From Me
    • The Nearness of You
    • Stars Fell on Alabama
    • April in Paris
    • Autumn Leaves
    • If You Can’t Sing It, You’ll Have to Swing It
    • Old Devil Moon
    • Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)
    • I Get a Kick Out of You
    • Let’s Do It, Let’s Fall in Love
    • What is This Thing Called Love
    • Night and Day
    • Have You Met Miss Jones
    • My Funny Valentine
    • Gee, Baby, Ain’t I Good to You
    • Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off
    • Willow Weep For Me
    • Take the A Train
    • I’m Beginning to See The Light
    • I Thought About You
    • Summertime
    • Bye Bye Blackbird
    • I Want a Little Sugar In My Bowl
    • Quando, Quando, Quando
    • Minnie the Moocher
    • Like Someone in Love
    • Christmas
    • It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
    • Santa Claus is Coming to Town
    • Jingle Bells
    • White Christmas
    • All I Want for Christmas is You
    • Santa Baby
    • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
    • Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
    • Silent Night
    • Old Skool Rock n’ Roll
    • Twistin’ the Night Away- Sam Cooke
    • Cupid- Sam Cooke
    • Twist and Shout- The Beatles
    • Shake Your Tail Feather- Ray Charles
    • Respect- Aretha Franklin
    • Twist- Chubby Checker
    • Never Can Tell- Chuck Berry
    • Hit The Road Jack- Ray Charles
    • I’ve Got a Woman- Ray Charles
    • Shout- The Isley Brothers
    • Crocodile Rock- Elton John
    • Soothe Me- Sam Cooke
    • Let the Good Times Roll- Ray Charles
    • Johnny Be Good- Chuck Berry
    • Jail House Rock- Elvis
    • Blue Suede Shoes- Elvis
    • Hound Dog- Elvis

    Mary’s Testimonials/Media Quotes


    Rarely does a young artist electrify one’s central nervous system on first listening.” SMH

    “….an instinct for being taciturn and pithy; for making the music gossamer light or adding phenomenal weight and vigour. ” SMH

    “…..the freshest, most intriguing and joyful music making I’ve experienced in yearsCameron Undy, musician and creator /owner of 505 Jazz Club

  • Profile

    Mary has firmly established herself as one of Australia’s favourite Jazz musicians. She is a multi-instrumentalist, playing double bass, cello or bass guitar whilst singing the roof off. As well as performing your most beloved Jazz and 50’s rock and roll classics, Mary reinterprets today’s most popular music in a retro style. She is a jazz singer with great instinct for pop, breaking down the walls between genres by blending the old with the new.

    With a postgraduate degree from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Mary is a highly trained professional with 10 years of performing experience. She has played all over the world at venues such as the Sydney Opera House, London’s Ronny Scotts, and the B.I.M Institute in Amsterdam. Mary has performed with many music legends including New York’s jazz drumming sensation, John Riley, and Australian pop legends, The Whitlams.

    Mary will make your event a memorable occasion. She can cater to your requirements, playing intimate settings with just a guitarist to accompany her or up to a five-piece band, ensuring your guests dance the night away.  She is also does a lot of solo gigs of more popular music styles with cello and voice, doing romantic pop music for weddings and events.

    To put it simply, Mary will pull on the strings of your heart.


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