With one foot in Boston, one in Nashville, and roots in the Midwest, Mary Haller combines her musical background with her love of language in crafting songs aimed at the commercial country, pop and film/TV markets.
• Haller's songs have been recorded by artists in the US, Canada, Australia and Europe. She has had sync placements in network and cable television.
• Haller's songs have won and placed in the finals of nationally and internationally-recognized contests such as the International Songwriting Competition (ISC), USA Songwriting Contest, American Songwriter Lyric Contest, and the NSAI/CMT Song Contest.
• Haller is signed with Nashville publisher Woody Bomar/Green Hills Music Group in Nashville.
•Recent releases include the title cut on Jenny Tolman's debut album, "There Goes the Neighborhood," ranked #24 on RollingStone's list of "40 Best Country and American Albums of 2019" and added to CMT Music video rotation in 2020.
Winner of the 2014 Durango Songwriters Expo "Write With a Hit-Maker" contest and the 2011 ole "Hitsville" contest in Nashville, Mary Haller has in just a few short years gone from being one of Boston's most respected arts publicists to a published, award-winning Nashville-focused songwriter. Her songs have placed in the finals and semi-finals of nationally and internationally-recognized contests such as the USA Songwriting Contest, the International Songwriting Competition (ISA), and the Songwriter Universe contest. Her songs have appeared in television shows including the popular History Channel show "American Pickers" and MavTV's "GearHeads."
With one foot in Boston, one in Nashville, and roots in the Midwest, Haller combines her musical background with her love of language in crafting songs aimed at the commercial country and pop markets. In 2014, her song, "Still Like Boys" was released by the country band, Rhythm 4 Boots, while her song "The Night Will Take Us There" was released as a single by the Anthony Edwinds Band. Other songs of hers are currently being recorded in the US and abroad.
Haller received her Masters Certificate in Songwriting from Berklee College of Music's online school in 2013 and was the recipient of Berkleemusic's 2009 Paul Simon Celebrity Scholarship. In pursuit of commercial success through lucrative cuts with major commercial country artists in both Nashville and abroad, she is currently working with a highly-respected Nashville publisher who is actively pitching her songs to major and up-and-coming artists.