Mary Battiata is a singer-songwriter and alt-Country bandleader who plays and tours from home base in Northern Virginia, outside Washington, who has been described as "part twang, part folk, part pop."
Praise for her 2017 album The Heart, Regardless:
-“Everything you most loved about Dolly and Rosanne is here, with heart-tugging hooks that snag like spurs.” – Andrew Darlington, RNR Magazine, UK (March/April)
"Absolutely superb, isn't it?" - Whisperin’ Bob Harris, longtime and legendary deejay of Bob Harris Country, on the air on BBC Radio 2, May 3, 2018, after playing "Sun That I Can Count On," from The Heart, Regardless. "The album is The Heart, Regardless from Mary Battiata and her band, Little Pink. Very, very interesting woman -- some of the reviews of this album have been sensational, and it's interesting that the songs are so well-crafted. She's a former journalist, so I suppose it's not too surprising ... But this is a gem of an album. It’s the first time I’ve ever played them... For sure I’ll be playing more music from this album in future weeks.”
- “Mary Battiata’s latest is no more and no less than a jewel of modern country.” – Dani Heyvaert, ROOTSTIME.BE (Belgium)
- “Dark Country that hits the motherlode.” – Mike Davies, Fatea Records Magazine (UK)
Mike Barth has starred in the seminal Baltimore-based polka-Tejano-punky-country band The Polkats, is featured with The Stone Hill All-Stars, and has been a glowing fixture in the Baltimore music scene for over 25 years, releasing a steady output of fine albums and EP's. Please note that in some homes, a glowing fixture indicates an issue with wiring, and we'll let you decide for yourself on 12/7/2019 if that is the nature of Mike's emanations. He will be backed by members of The Stone Hill All-Stars.
Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at door/$10 full-time student with ID
Saturday, December 7 at 7:30pm
An Die Musik
409 N. Charles Street, 2nd floor, Baltimore, MD 21201