Hello Mallary Hope fans,
How do you define someone like Mallary? Well… you can’t. She changes and evolves and her songwriting shows it. After five years with her previous label, she’s decided to move on. The songstress from Cohutta, Georgia performed last Saturday, March 2, at the Bluebird Cafe. She sang in the round with Phil Barton, Bruce Wallace and Jaron Boyer. The real place is much smaller than its Nashville TV version.
But with Mallary singing, the place just lights up. I didn’t know which songs to highlight, they’re all great! So I’ve opted for the first three I listened to, although I’m sure you’ll want to hear more. A huge shoutout to @StephanieOtte for sharing her clips!
She Never Really Falls
When I Dream
Black Widow Spider
Ok, ok I said three but I meant four! Just this last bonus one…
The New Me
Thank you very much to @StephanieOtte for sharing this with all of Mallary Hope’s fans! 🙂
I’ve changed the site back to its previous look. I’m a little particular when the images and the background art seem to take too much of the screen and the story seems to get less real state. But I have make some minor changes, and added some header pictures. Yeah, Mal’s up there now too 😉
Coming up on the Calendar!
- March 9: Taylor Swift’s recorded performance for Let’s Dance For Comic Relief airs on the BBC One.
- March 13: The RED Tour
- March 13 and 14: The Red Tour starts at CenturyLink Center Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska. On sale now. More information on Ticketmaster.
- March 18: Amos Heller‘s Birthday.
- March 18 and 19: The Red Tour at Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. On sale now. More information on Ticketmaster.