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Mary Gauthier

Mary Gauthier

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Mary Gauthier (1999)

Interview by Chris Smith, Rock's Backpages audio, 4 September 1999

Ms. Gauthier talks about her road from a tricky childhood, via addiction and alcoholism, to her place as a songwriter: ambition vs. self-destruction; her community of outsiders; the meaning of truth; her move to Boston and running restaurants; doing her first open-mic nights, and all about songwriting.

File format: mp3; file size: 30.9mb, interview length: 32' 11" sound quality: ***

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Mary Gauthier: The Darker Side of Dixie

Interview by Chris Smith, Rockrgrl, January 2000

MIDNIGHT HAS LONG since passed, and we're sitting in the dim alley behind the legendary Club Passim in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The fire ...

Mary Gauthier

Profile and Interview by Gavin Martin, Uncut, February 2002

FROM ALCOHOLIC to restaurateur to emotive songsmith ...

Mary Gauthier: The Roundhouse, London NW1

Live Review by David Sinclair, The Times, 7 November 2006

IN ITS CONTINUING BID to corner every must-see gig in town, the refurbished Roundhouse has incorporated the Freedom Studio, a 180-capacity "multi-form" room, buried in ...

Mary Gauthier: Liberty Belle

Profile and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, September 2008

Singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier was something of a late starter – but once she picked up that pen she certainly had plenty to write about. Having ...

Mary Gauthier: Rifles & Rosary Beads

Review by Andy Gill, The Independent, 25 January 2018

MARY GAUTHIER'S reputation as one of today's greatest songwriters, admired by peers such as Tom Waits and Bob Dylan, is rooted in her relentless commitment ...


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