For almost 17 years Four Star Mary, a rock band from Los Angeles, California, has been known for writing and performing original songs described as “vociferous radio friendly Americana,” “urgent melodic anthems” and “stirring and intense.” This has led to a below-the-radar success selling and performing their music worldwide.
The band received praises for their CDs “Thrown to the Wolves”, “Welcome Home” and “Hello It’s Me” in magazines such as LA Weekly, Q Magazine, Classic Rock, and Metal Hammer, just to name a few.
Four Star Mary has also made inroads to television with their music featured on shows such as “Charmed”, "MTV's "The Real World" and “Road Rules”, and “Miracles”. The band got their entrée into the world music market when it supplied the cult TV show, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and its’ fictional band, “Dingoes Ate My Baby” with 11 songs, featured over three seasons of the show. Their television exposure led to live appearances around the world after demands by fans online.
One of the great rewards for Four Star Mary has been their devoted fan base, which has followed them since the beginning. This spawned the infamous Four Star Mary caravaners that followed the band on every date of their first UK tour, and the legions of fans that turn out at their shows. If you say only one thing about Four Star Mary, it should be that they have earned extraordinarily devoted fans.
The next Four Star Mary CD, “Pieces” will be released in a serial format with each of four cds containing three songs. The First release in this series, “Pieces: I” will coincide with their first appearances in the UK since 2008.