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Cleopatra Records To Release Mary Sarah 'Bridges' on July 8 Featuring Appearances by Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Oak Ridge Boys & More


“Mary Sarah is a beautiful young lady with a beautiful voice” - Willie Nelson

Nashville, TN - On her new album Bridges – being released on July 8th thru Cleopatra Records - 18-year-old singer and songwriter Mary Sarah duets with some of country music’s biggest names on 12 captivating songs. Amazed by the Texas ingénue’s voice and talent, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, the Oak Ridge Boys, the late Ray Price and others all signed on to sing with Mary Sarah on their most iconic hits. Dolly’s “Jolene,” Willie’s “Crazy” and Merle’s “The Fightin’ Side of Me” are just a few of the songs interpreted by Mary Sarah and her A-list collaborators.

Produced by Kent Wells, Dolly Parton's long-time band leader and producer with oversight by executive producer Freddy Powers, who helped Mary Sarah assemble her dream collaborators, Bridges was moved along by the singer’s keen use of social media. “I've been singing since I was 8 years old, touring and posting my performances on YouTube,” says Mary Sarah, who already has amassed 80k+ followers on Twitter. “One day I got a tweet from the Oak Ridge Boys. They asked me to sing at their concert that night. It was incredible. My love of the legends of country music grew, and that’s how this project was born.” It was thru this newfound relationship with the legendary Oak Ridge Boys that led to Mary’s eventual deal with Cleopatra Records – the American record label who had just released the Oak Ridge Boys new live album 'Boys Night Out' for her own N. American release of the 'Bridges' album.

Now, Mary Sarah is ready for country fans to hear it and connect those who love traditional country with those who follow today’s more polished sound. “I see Bridges as something that spans now and then,” she says, “and brings that music back over to this generation.”

Below is the full 'Bridges' Track Listing:

1. Jolene (feat. Dolly Parton)
2. Crazy (feat. Willie Nelson)
3. Fightin’ Side of Me (feat. Merle Haggard)
4. Heartaches By The Number (feat. Ray Price)
5. Go Rest High On That Mountain (feat. Vince Gill)
6. Dream On (feat. The Oak Ridge Boys)
7. Texas, When I Die (feat. Tanya Tucker)
8. Rose Garden (feat. Lynn Anderson)
9. What A Difference You’ve Made In My Life (feat. Ronnie Milsap)
10. Where The Boys Are (feat. Neil Sedaka)

Bonus Cuts
11. My Great Escape (feat. John Rich and Big Kenny)
12. All I Wanna Do Is Sing My Song (feat. Freddy Powers)
13. I’m Sorry

To purchase Mary Sarah's 'Bridges' CD: http://georiot.co/3YrR

http://shorefire.com/client/mary-sarah

For more information, please contact Jackie Marushka (jmarushka@shorefire.com) or Jaclyn Carter (jcarter@shorefire.com) at Shore Fire Media, 615.280.5330

Press inquiries: Glass Onyon PR, PH: 828-350-8158, glassonyonpr@gmail.com

CLEOPATRA RECORDS, Inc.
11041 Santa Monica Blvd #703
Los Angeles CA 90025
www.CleopatraRecords.com

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