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Mary Me

Mary Me

Mary Me


Mary Me were a melodic pop-punk trio hailing from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, who kicked around in the mid-1990s for a short while. The line-up was Rob Arrol (formerly of Dick Justice) on guitar and lead vocals, Todd Bell (of Braid and Hey Mercedes) on bass and back-up vocals, and Roy Ewing (also of Braid and later Very Secretary) on drums. The band name was picked from a line in the Smiths song "William It Was Really Nothing." Mary Me had a fervent local/regional following despite never having released a full length album. Read more on Last.fm
Mary Me were a melodic pop-punk trio hailing from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, who kicked around in the mid-1990s for a short while. The line-up was Rob Arrol (formerly of Dick Justice) on guitar and lead vocals, Todd Bell (of Braid and Hey Mercedes) on bass and back-up vocals, and Roy Ewing (also of Braid and later Very Secretary) on drums. The band name was picked from a line in the Smiths song "William It Was Really Nothing." Mary Me had a fervent local/regional following despite never having released a full length album. As Braid grew more and more popular, there was less time for Bell and Ewing to devote to Mary Me, and the band soon disbanded. Discography: 1995: "See It All Again" on EBS vol.

4 7", Allied Records 1996: "Need Me Never" 7", Allied Records 1996: "A Sample of Love" on Ooh Do I Love You CD, Coreforcare Records 1996: "Understand" on Direction LP/CD, Polyvinyl Records 1996: Mary Me / Hand to Mouth split 7", Take Out the Trash Records Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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