HIGHLIGHTS & ACHIEVEMENTS
1.Current singles- You’ve Got my Back, Father, Please Hear me, and No longer Slaves cover of Bethel Music. Current recordings on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, Pandora, Deezer, Google Play, Amazon,Google Play, Pandora, Deezer Napster, Shazam, Simfy Africa, and lots more, and CD at Amazon on Demand.
2. Recorded solo Album, “Is this a dream.” in 2008. She wrote all 6 songs on the album, and sang both lead and background vocals. Performed in 2009 at the ATRIUM in Atlanta for the CD release party with several hundred guests in attendance. The CD sold several thousand copies.
3. Performed Nigerian and American National Anthem for Nigerian Consulate in Atlanta during Nigerian Independence Day Celebrations.
4. Participated in event performances across the US including church events, wake-keeping, radio jingles, weddings, special occasions, and birthday celebrations.
5. Worked as an Assistant Producer under Lapaz Akpa on “Young Voices” for Nigerian Television Authority Enugu (NTA) for about a year and half, where she created and arranged musical performances for elementary school children in Enugu. Also coordinated children tours to the production training facility, and filming for weekly TV productions.
6. Lead vocal performances for some shows for the music department at University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
7. Lead singer Comrades Band Enugu for about 3 years where she performed in Colleges and Universities as well as at weddings, and other special occasions.
8. Worked on over 200 songs at several recording studios in Nigeria and London including Tabansi, Rogers Umuokpu-Awka, and Goddy Oku studios. Worked with Faze 2, and Jake Sollo Productions in the mid to late 80’s as lead and background vocalist.
Mary worked on several songs under different names as Mary, Mary Brown, and Mary Udekwu. Some of the songs include:
Veno Marioghae- Nigeria Go Survive
Mannix Okonkwo- Kanyi Gba Egwu
Nkono Teles-Don’t Hold Back Your Love (On Me)
Larry Ubozor- Party Tonight
Winston Okpani-Stepping Out of Babylon
Mannix Okonkwo-Africans Don’t Let Me Down
Sammy Obot- Wai Oh Wai
Sammy Obot- I believe in Music