Mary Gauthier

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Mary Gauthier
A Louisiana-native turned Nashville-resident, Mary Gauthier (it’s French - pronounced Go-SHAY) has had an extraordinary life. A teenage runaway who found her first shelter among addicts and drag queens, struggled with drug addiction and became a chef/owner of three restaurants in Boston before selling them in 2001 to become a full time songwriter.

She has subsequently received countless accolades for her six studio albums. The New York Times music writer John Pareles picked 2001’s *Filth and Fire* as the #1 Indy release of the year, 2005’s *Mercy Now* earned her the Americana Music Association’s New/Emerging Artist of the Year title and 2011’s *The Foundling* was named as one of the Records of the Year by the LA Times.

*Trouble and Love*, her first studio CD since 2010, was co-produced by Mary with Patrick Granado (whose credits include Grammys for a Delbert McClinton record he produced and a tribute CD to Stephen Foster), recorded in Ricky Skaggs studio outside Nashville and features the support of Darrell Scott, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Ashley Cleveland.

One track from *Trouble and Love*, *How You Learn To Live Alone*, co-written with Gretchen Peters, was chosen for Season II of the hit TV show *Nashville*. On the record, the legendary Duane Eddy plays guitar on this song.

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