Mary Lorson

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Mary Lorson is an American writer, musician and composer. Perhaps best known for her time as the lead singer of Alternative Pop group Madder Rose, Lorson has gone on to release albums with Mary Lorson & Saint Low, The Piano Creeps, and Mary Lorson & the Soubrettes. Lorson's tenth full-length disc "BurnBabyBurn" was released in 2011. Lorson and Billy Coté created the original score for "What Remains: The Life and Art of Sally Mann" for Steven Cantor and HBO. She and Coté have a son, Roman. A breast cancer survivor and high school English teacher in Ithaca, New York, Lorson is the author of "Freak Baby and the Kill Thought," an original screenplay about the life of Eva Tanguay. She is currently developing a television project titled "Old School," and scoring the independent web-series "The Chanticleer."


With Mary Lorson & the Soubrettes[edit]

  • BurnBabyBurn, 2011

With The Piano Creeps[edit]

  • Future Blues (for me and you), 2008

Compilations & TV/Film Placements (selected)[edit]

With Mary Lorson & Saint Low[edit]

  • Realistic, 2006 (as Mary Lorson & Saint Low)
  • Tricks for Dawn, 2002 (as Mary Lorson & Saint Low)
  • Saint Low, 2000

With Billy Coté[edit]

  • What Remains original score, 2007
  • Barrier Device original score, 2004
  • Two Left Shoes, original score 2003
  • Piano Creeps, 2003

With Madder Rose[edit]

  • Bring It Down, 1993
  • Panic On, 1994
  • The Love You Save, (EP) 1995
  • Tragic Magic, 1997
  • Hello June Fool, 1999

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