Alt-Americana artist MaryLeigh Roohan has released her new single, "My Friends," which blends together a soulful, alternative rock sound with the Americana-influenced storytelling that MaryLeigh has been recognized for on her previous releases.
After getting her start at Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs NY, Roohan moved to Scotland for a year and consistently refined her craft and performed in pubs. Since moving back to the states, she has played everywhere from intimate cafes to wild festivals and has had the pleasure to open for acts like Milo Greene, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, Sean Rowe, and more. In 2012, the top alt-weekly in New York's capital region - Metroland - named Roohan "Best Female Singer-Songwriter". With a new EP in hand, MaryLeigh is poised to reach a national fanbase with her soulful alternative Americana sound and entrancing and dynamic live shows.