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”Feels Like Home” begins by welcoming you in from the rain the warmth of the hearth with the Paul Simon classic ”Kathy’s Song”. Before you know it...MORE


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Colorado Bluegrass Society
With the help of a stellar cast of musicians, Mary Beth Cross has crafted a warm and friendly listening experience that indeed feels like home. The disc opens with... MORE


KEYS and CHORDS

Keys and Chords
Americana / Folk / Bluegrass artist Mary Beth Cross from Denver replies from her new EP. The songs on his acoustic bluegrass, part of her growing up in Winsconsin. So she was inspired by MORE



9 News Oklahoma
Jul 26, 2016
Mary Beth Cross Releases New Bluegrass EP
'Feels Like Home' MORE



9 News Oklahoma
Jul 26, 2016
Mary Beth Cross Releases New Bluegrass EP
'Feels Like Home' MORE



WDRBN.com
Jul 26, 2016
Mary Beth Cross Releases New Bluegrass EP
'Feels Like Home' MORE



PRWeb
Friday, August 5, 2016
Mary Beth Cross Releases New Bluegrass EP
'Feels Like Home's. MORE




Award-winning Americana-folk-bluegrass artist Mary Beth Cross has released an eight-song bluegrass EP that celebrates the importance of home in the lives of average, everyday Americans. MORE




Mary Beth Cross EP 'Feels Like Home' Hits Five Record Charts
DENVER (July 2016 Press Release) – Award-winning folk-Americana artist Mary Beth Cross is experiencing unprecedented success, with her latest EP and a featured Paul Simon cover song hitting the Top 40 on five separate record charts. MORE



Mary Beth Cross EP 'Feels Like Home' Hits Top 40 on Five Separate Record Charts
DENVER (July 2016) – Award-winning folk-Americana artist Mary Beth Cross is experiencing unprecedented success, with her latest EP and a featured Paul Simon cover song hitting the Top 40 on five separate record charts. MORE


May 2016 - The Daily Country
DENVER (May, 2016 Press Release) – Award-winning folk-Americana artist Mary Beth Cross has released an eight-song bluegrass EP that celebrates the importance of home in the lives of average, everyday Americans. MORE


Elmore Magazine Review

Mar 13, 2014 - Robert Myers
This release should garner Ms. Cross the greater recognition she deserves and help propel her to even greater accomplishments in the future. ElmoreMagazine.com


February 2014
Full article

Mary Beth Cross Steps Onto National Folk-Americana Stage.
Denver singer-songwriter Mary Beth Cross has stepped onto the national folk-Americana stage with the release of her fourth CD "Beyond Good and Evil", landing a top-five ranking on Airplay Direct, receiving positive reviews from critics around the world, and performing at major venues.

Folk-Americana Artist
Mary Beth Cross Celebrates
Hit CD, ‘Beyond Good and Evil’
By Joe Ross
February 17, 2014

The singer, songwriter, guitarist, banjoist and artist career coach received international exposure when Beyond Good and Evil hit number four on Airplay Direct’s Americana Music Chart. Recorded in Nashville, the project gives voice to the pioneer spirit of the American frontier with original songs and cover tunes. MORE

Mary Beth Cross StepsOnto National Folk-Americana Stage
By Chuck Whiting
MCAU Editor
Denver - February 2014

Denver singer-songwriter Mary Beth Cross has stepped onto the national folk-Americana stage with the release of her fourth CD "Beyond Good and Evil", landing a top-five ranking on Airplay Direct, receiving positive reviews from critics around the world, and performing at major venues. MORE

International Bluegrass
Fresh Sounds in the World of Bluegrass
Singer-songwriter Mary Beth Cross weaves bluegrass, folk and Americana on this album, featuring original tunes, and African Spiritual, and some covers like The Gershwins’ “Love Is Here To Stay”. Inspired by the spirit and grit of the pioneers, Beyond Good and Evil is a tribute to the melting pot America has become and what we treasure. – International Bluegrass March 28, 2013



MARY BETH CROSS
Beyond Good And Evil
by Bob Everhart,
President National Traditional Music Assn.
www.ntcma.net for
Country Music News International
My instant attraction to the songs, and their beautiful mix, is the addition of Stuart Duncan, an incredibly gifted bluegrass fiddler. Mary, originally from Wisconsin, now living in the Rocky Mountains, has created a traveling adventure of soul, sorrow, happiness, and certainly discovery and opportunity, as she dedicates this project to the pioneers... MORE




Artist: Mary Beth Cross
Album: Beyond Good and Evil
Review by Matheson Kamin
Rating: 5 stars (out of 5)


Denver-based singer-songwriter Mary Beth Cross is making a name for herself in the music industry. With a long list of influences to draw from that includes the like of Richard Thompson, the Indigo Girls, Bob Dylan, Alison Krauss, Emmy Lou Harris and many others... MORE



Artist: Mary Beth Cross
Album: Beyond Good and Evil
Review by Ross Barber
Rating: 4 stars (out of 5)


Cross tells stories with a crystal clear delivery and warm sense of compassion. Beyond Good and Evil is inspired by the spirit of America’s pioneers who travelled to the West in search of opportunity.  This spirit shines through in Cross’s writing and delivery, and is a fitting soundtrack for America both then and now. MORE




Colorado Music Buzz
March, 2013

Artist Mary Beth Cross releases
'Beyond Good and Evil'
Full Article | pg 16






News Music Weekly
January 22, 2013
Full Article

Folk-Americana Artist Mary Beth Cross
Releases 'Beyond Good and Evil'

DENVER (January 2013) – Denver folk-Americana singer-songwriter Mary Beth Cross will celebrate the release of her fourth CD with a special concert and signing from 4-6 p.m. Jan 27 (Sunday) at Fourteen Seventy-Two Lowcountry Dining, 1472 Pearl St. in Denver.

In related news, the artist has been invited to perform at the 2013 Folk Alliance Conference in Toronto. Cross will take the stage with other artists on Feb. 20 for the "Musicians United for Bristol Bay" concert". She also will perform at a special showcase for music industry professionals on Feb. 23. Read More




Music News Nashville
January 22, 2013
by JaimieWard
Full Article

Mary Beth Cross Releases ‘Beyond Good and Evil’
Recorded in Nashville, “Beyond Good and Evil” gives voice to the pioneer spirit of the American frontier with original songs and cover tunes. Cross spent the past year penning songs reflecting the grit and determination of the adventurers who blazed a trail from the East to the West in search of what they treasured most: beauty, adventure, land, new opportunities for work, and freedom from oppression.

Acoustic instrumentation was carefully chosen to highlight the historical time period for each song. The music represents a few of the cultures that have contributed to what has become American music today, including the banjos of African immigrants; the pipes, whistles and percussion of Celtic music makers in the British Isles; and the horns, accordions and fiddles of French cafes. Read More




By Mariana Wenzel
Summit Daily News
January 28, 2013
Full Article

Mary Beth Cross releases new album
‘Beyond Good and Evil' is a collection of folk Americana


Cross describes the album, which is inspired by “the spirit and grit of pioneer women,” as “positive, uplifting and historical.” It is influenced by early folk music of the 70s including Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, John Denver, Joan Baez and The Beatles.

The new release represents a progression from her previous album, “In My Right Mind,” which showcased sounds from around the world, including African banjos, fiddles of Ireland and Scotland and “jazzy” French music, as she described it. Cello and banjo are the main elements of the new album, which features 2012 IDMA fiddle player of the year Stuart Duncan. Read More