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Mary Ann Redmond

Singer
Female
Born 1958

Mary Ann Redmond is an American singer known for her soulful and wide-ranging vocal style in popular and jazz music. She is based in the greater metropolitan Washington, D.C. area, but has performed in several locations in the United States and in other countries.… Read More

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Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1958 Birth Born in 1958.

THIRTIES

1994 36 Years Old Tired of the road life, she settled in the Washington, DC area and with the Williams band recorded her first album, Prisoner of the Heart, first released in 1994 (a remixed version was re-released in 2002). … Read More
1995 37 Years Old In 1995, Mary Ann Redmond formed her own supporting band and went out as a solo act, performing at Washington-area clubs and private parties. … Read More
1996 38 Years Old Following Cassidy's death in 1996, Redmond added her vocals to a version of Cassidy's song, "Hear," creating a recorded duet that is now considered a special track by fans of both women.

FORTIES

2000 42 Years Old After meeting fellow performer Jon Carroll, a member of Mary Chapin Carpenter's band, Carroll produced Redmond's 2000 CD, Here I Am. … Read More
2005 47 Years Old Another band member, John Jennings, later produced Redmond's 2005 release Send the Moon. … Read More
2007 49 Years Old The lineup of the Mary Ann Redmond Band is subject to change over the years and as of 2007 she is working with guitarist Dan Hovey (and sometimes Michael Ault), bassist Mike Tony Echols and drummer Deren Blessman. … Read More
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