Mary Beth Maziarz
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Amphitheater
2250 Deer Valley Drive, Park City, UT
“Hailed as an artist with vision and a songwriter with limitless potential,” (Billboard), Blacc brings relevance to old-school soul. The rapper-turned-singer is best-known for delivering the stirring vocals to Avicii’s worldwide smash “Wake Me Up.” He also created the Billboard-topping “I Need a Dollar” (which became the theme song for HBO’s How to Make it in America) as well as the self-affirming hit “The Man.” The oft fedora-sporting folk/pop/soul singer blends joyful tunes with eye-opening, poetic lyrics.
Mary Beth Maziarz originally hails from the Chicago area, where the blues and coffeehouse scenes influenced her young songwriting. After college, she moved to Park City area, where she’s been ever since — loving the mountain life, the spectacular natural backdrop of the Wasatch Front, and the the great locals. She’s released 7 albums independently and her work has appeared on several national soundtracks. Her music has been featured on over 50 TV shows and films — you might have heard her voice and not even known it! This year, she’s releasing her first kids cd — “My Beachtown” — in tandem with a new animated series called “Crab Cove.”
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