Mary Lamont Band
Queen of Country from New York

Called the Queen of Long Island Country by Newsday and Christian Science Monitor, Mary Lamont was voted Band of the Year by the New York Metro Country Music Association, and twice voted Female Singer/Songwriter of the Year by the New Jersey Country Music Association.  Mary is honored as an ASCAP Audio Portrait permanently on ASCAP.COM. She has appeared several times in ASCAPs prestigious Playback Magazine. Mary and her husband Jim are recipients seven years running for ASCAP Plus Awards, for performance of their original songs.  Mary and her band completed a groundbreaking tour of mainland China, headlining in Shenyang, Dalian, Guiyang, Xiamen, Beijing and Nanjing.

Selections from her debut CD “You Don’t Have to Knock” and her second CD “How Lucky” have been played on many overseas stations, including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Scotland and Ireland.  Famed Nashville writer/historian Robert K. Oermann, who was one of the judges on USA Network's first "Nashville Star" competition, gave Mary an Honorable Mention for her song "Sweepin' the Floor" from “You Don’t Have To Knock” in his review column in Music Row Magazine, Nashville's premiere music business publication.

Capital One Bank Theatre booked Mary as an opening act for their Long Island Country Music Festival, with headliners Delbert McClinton and The Marshall Tucker Band. The band has appeared at numerous fairs, festivals, country association dances as well as promotional events for country radio stations. Mary was opening act for country star Bryan White at the Pat Garrett Amphitheater in Strausstown, Pennsylvania.



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