An article about Crazy Mary's shows in London, UK is in NY Waste. It was written by our very own Emma Zakarevicius. http://nywaste.com/nywaste-20anniv-2017/mobile/index.html#p=24 Here's a copy of the text: Here meets the now. “Please take me to a place I’ve never...read more
Crazy Mary embarked on a 10 day, 3 gig trip to London, UK marking the first time the band has played in another country. The gigs included April 25th at Nambucca, April 28th at The Mau Mau Bar and May 1st also at The Mau Mau headlining the Portobello Festival.. Each...read more
We had another wonderful Residency at Otto's courtesy of Frank Wood which included playing with a bunch of Vegas bands like Dirk Vermin and the Hostile Talent, Thee Swank Bastards and Franks And Deans. Later on we celebrated Charles' birthday and played with...read more
Read what critics are saying about Crazy Mary!
If you’re feeling experimental try Crazy Mary, try Faded. They remind a lot of people in the rawness of the music of a young Jim Morrison, early Rolling Stones.Brian Williams
Crazy Mary is like that Wonderful Brown Sauce you see entrusted to Chinese menus. You’re not sure what the hell’s in it, but it’s a singularly strange, exotic and at times full moon taste that’s hard to take a doggie bag on. You wanna turn to the next track and finish it all in one place.Ben Ohmart
Sorry, West Coasters. New York City continues to turn out the most interesting, challenging, experimental pop. And so it is with She Comes in Waves.Randy Krbechek
The word eclectic seems too confining to describe the music of Crazy Mary… Their latest release, “Burning into the Spirit World” is a quirky, sophisticated and totally engaging piece of pop magic.Sandra T. Molina