Mary Epworth and The Jubilee Band


Mary Epworth is a British singer and songwriter who makes music influenced by traditional English song, 60s west coast psychedelia, and Greek progressive rock.

In 2008, she released her debut single "The Saddle Song" on 7". It attracted positive reviews in the UK press and was included in a top 100 poll by German Rolling Stone magazine readers. She also appeared at "The Lady: A Tribute to Sandy Denny" concert at Southbank Centre, garnering a special mention in The Guardian’s 4* review. She was backed by Bellowhead in a bill that also included Marc Almond, Jim Moray, Dave Swarbrick and PP Arnold. Following this appearance, Epworth was featured in R2 magazine (March/April 2009) and fRoots magazine (May 2009).

In 2009, Mary Epworth and the Jubilee Band took part in the St Georges Day celebration concert at Cecil Sharp House and also the Camden Crawl. That same year Mary was interviewed by Tom Cox for The Sunday Times on 2 August 2009, and she released her second single "Black Doe" on Hand of Glory Records.

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