BAD MARY covers QUEEN, CREAM, THE MISFITS On Rock And Roll Classics Vol 7

New York based rock n’ punk band Bad Mary have had a busy year so far and refusing to slow down, they are set to release Rock And Roll Classics Vol 7 on July 26 followed by their upcoming EP of brand new material, Trash And Glamour, released this fall. Pre-record Rock and Roll Classics Vol 7 on this location.

Bad Mary is lead singer Amanda Mac, with husband Mike Staub on bass, father Bill Mac on drums and Hofstra University professor David Henderson on guitar.

With Rock And Roll Classics Vol. 7, the band skips genres bringing everything from punk to classic rock to disco. The EP features their version of “Call Me” by Blondie, “White Room” by Cream with drummer Mac on lead vocals, “Tie Your Mother Down” by Queen, “We got the Beat” by The Go Go, “Hybrid Moments” by The Misfits with guitarist Staub on vocals and “Hot Stuff” by Donna Summer, all with a Bad Mary twist.

“There’s something about the energy of a room that vibrates when you play a great cover. These are always songs that we have loved and enjoy performing live and being able to put our unique spin on these songs has been a pleasure,” says Singer Mac.

They kicked off 2022 with the release of Rock and Roll Classics Vol. 6 where the band performs “One Way or Another” by Blondie, “You’re Standing On My Neck” by Splendora, “Don’t You Want” by The Human League, “Next To You” by The Police, and more . Dancing About Architecture said, “It’s a great album, wonderfully unique choices and all with a new twist.”

Then came the upbeat punk anthem “Light It Up,” followed by “The Floor Is Lava” which The Big Takeover calls “a rock anthem in its own right.” Both songs are currently streaming on SiriusXM’s Little Steven’s Underground Garage.

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