|Birth name||Mary Grace Ellis|
|Also known as||Ellis Delaney
Mary Grace Ellis
|Years active||1996 - present|
|Labels||Rubberneck Records (self)|
|Associated acts||Bobby Llama|
Ellis Delaney (aka Ellis Bergeron, Mary Grace Bergeron, born Mary Grace Ellis circa 1976) is an American singer-songwriter based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She performs under the name Ellis, having found early on that her last name is frequently mispronounced. Her music is generally described as folk/indie acoustic. She tours often around the US generally playing small venues and folk festivals, and was a featured performer on the radio variety show Prairie Home Companion on June 1, 2013 and December 26, 2015.
- Soft Day (1996, Rubberneck)
- Blueprint Live (1998, Rubberneck) (live recording)
- Everything That's Real (2001, Rubberneck)
- Tigers Above, Tigers Below (2003, Rubberneck)
- Evidence of Joy (2004, Rubberneck) (live recording)
- Break the Spell (2008, Rubberneck)
- Undefended Heart (2008, Rubberneck) (acoustic version of Break the Spell)
- Right on Time (2010, Rubberneck)
- I am (2013)
- 2006, nominee for "Best Female Artist" Campus Activities Magazine
- 2006, "Most Wanted to Return" Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
- 2007, finalist (top ten) Telluride Bluegrass Festival - Troubadour Competition
- 2007 showcase artist, Northeast Regional Folk Alliance Conference
- 2008 showcase artist, North American Folk Music & Dance Alliance Conference
- 2008, main stage artist, Susquehanna Music & Arts Festival
- 2009, Just Plain Folks Music Award, category: Best Female Singer-Songwriter Album, for Break the Spell
- "Ellis Delaney Facebook profile". Facebook.com. Retrieved 2013-12-04.
- Michael L. Walsh, "The Joy Inside: Local folkie gets personal on her new record, Break the Spell", City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul, January 30, 2008
- Official biography accessed February 26, 2008
- "INSTALWART STEP". Retrieved 17 June 2016.
- "Telluride Bluegrass Festival". Bluegrass.com. Retrieved 2013-12-04.
- "NERFA 2007 Formal Showcases" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-12-04.[dead link]
- "2009 Just Plain Folks Music Award winners". Jpfolks.com. Retrieved 2013-12-04.
- mnartists.org mn artist profile
- Official website
- on 's channelYouTube
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