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Maria McKee

Maria McKee

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Meet Mr. Hip, Mitchell Froom, the Man of a Thousand Mixes

Interview by Alan di Perna, Musician, November 1988

"WITH ALBUMS, you can't just play it straight on every track. If a song wants to be a hit, if it seems like — done ...

Maria McKee: Maria McKee

Review by Mat Snow, Q, July 1989

Tears and consolation: the gospel according to Maria McKee. ...

To The Manor Born: Maria McKee

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, August 1989

Maria McKee has mingled with rock’s aristocracy since she was a babe-in-arms. At three she was on first-name terms with Frank Zappa, while to Arthur ...

Maria McKee: Even Cowgirls Get the Blues

Interview by Barbara Ellen, New Musical Express, 12 January 1991

Written off by the LA rock cattlemarket following the demise of neo-Country nearly men Lone Justice, MARIA MCKEE was left licking her wounds amongst famous ...

Maria McKee Gets Saved

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Vogue, May 1993

ANYONE WHO remembers Maria McKee whooping it up with her country-rock band Lone Justice back in the ‘80s will concur with Deacon Blue's verdict that ...

Maria McKee

Profile and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, June 1996

IN THE catering trailer, the tables are jammed with people so disparate it’s hard to believe they belong to the same species. The ones wearing ...

Maria McKee: Dingwalls, London

Live Review by Jim Irvin, MOJO, November 1998

SITTING COMFORTABLY? Sexy, tear-duct prickling songs in voice that defies science. ...

see also Lone Justice


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