For years one of Boston's best kept secrets, Adam Ezra is quickly becoming recognized as one of the
most prolific touring and writing artists in the Northeast.
Winning 7 New England Music Awards including "Band of the Year,” "Album of the Year,” and "Song of
the Year" twice, and NEMA's Humanitarian Award for his commitment to activism through music,
Adam's songwriting and performances with his band, Adam Ezra Group, have earned him tour dates
with Steve Miller, Blues Traveler, Little Feat, Gavin DeGraw, Dwight Yoakam, The Goo Goo Dolls,
Marshall Tucker Band, Melissa Ethridge, Train, ZZ Top, and Little Big Town to name a few. But to really
understand why the music world is beginning to take notice of Adam, come to a concert and you will
experience an unscripted, extended performance poured out to an underground community of rabid
fans singing every word to every song.
Mary Scholz’s stunning voice and evocative songwriting have made her a live circuit favorite for over a decade. The Philadelphia native has toured internationally, forging a personal connection with her audience every time she takes the stage. Today, the artist is based in Los Angeles, where her unique brand of gritty folk-charm has helped her make her mark. Much of Scholz’s material considers how transitions color the human experience, as well as the side effects of love and loss.