For much of her musical career Mary Hott has played a supporting role, helping other musicians realize their own musical goals. While living in New York City and later in Boston, she was a sought-after recording studio session singer and background singer, largely due to her ability to quickly learn a vocal passage and get it right on the first try. Her musical interests turned to the blues, and she was soon fronting several bands, including a ten-piece R&B-Soul ensemble with regular appearances at The House of Blues and festivals and nightclubs throughout New England. She has shared the stage with nationally known musical acts as diverse as The J. Geils Band and Asleep At The Wheel. Mary’s own original music reflects that diversity of musical interests, with elements of blues, funk, soul, rock, jazz and traditional country blended into her songwriting.