Mary Sarah From The Voice On NBC
March 22, 2016•10 min
Tonight on The Voice’s battle round, Richmond, TX native Mary Sarah went head-to-head with teammate Justin Whisnant, singing a duet of “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man” by Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn. Mary Sarah beat Justin, and Blake named her the winner of the battle. Mary fell in love with classic country music when she was nine. While singing at traditional Texas opries as a teenager she caught the attention of the well-known group The Oakridge Boys and got the opportunity to sing “Where the Boys Are” to their sold out crowd. After her debut with The Oakridge Boys, Mary got the opportunity to make a duet album with country stars Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and more. The album, “Bridges,” was released last year and Mary plans to use The Voice to determine the next step in her career.