Electric Mary is a rock and classic rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Their debut single "Sail On" reached #76 on the ARIA Singles chart.
In 2008 they were finalists in the MusicOz Awards, nominated for Best Rock Band. They were also selected to support Whitesnake and Judas Priest. 2009 saw them tour with Alice Cooper and Glenn Hughes as well as showcasing at Experience PRS for PRS Guitars in Stevensville, Maryland alongside the likes of Carlos Santana, Dweezil Zappa and Buddy Guy. In 2010 they supported Deep Purple. Whilst in the States, Electric Mary collaborated with Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer Jason Corsaro on a live recording which is yet to be released. Corsaro's credits include Soundgarden's Superunknown.
The latter part of 2011 saw the band perform at the World Cup in South Africa and then embark on an extensive concert tour of mainland Europe including Hell Fest in France.
In 2012 the band returned to Europe for an extensive tour taking in France, Spain & Belgium and then over to the UK and then went on to perform at The Hard Rock Hell Festival in Wales.
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