A Chicago born singer that mixes an eclectic brand of Pop Country and Rock supported by a four piece band. 

Mahogany Marie & The 11th Hour Band who consists of Randy Rich, drummer, Brett Sennett, lead guitarist and Marc Faupel, bass, keyboards and background vocals, blend elements of pop country, rock and soulful dynamic rhythms of emotional storytelling lyricism to create a distinctive uplifting harmony to their original songs and covers.

For this upcoming show, Mahogany Marie & The 11th Hour Band will be promoting the release of her new single, "A Reason to Drink" that is sure to get you on your feet dancing! They will also be playing country, pop and rock familiar cover songs!

Make sure to check out her page and follow her because some big things are coming from her this year including a new EP release!


Read more about Mahogany's inspiring personal journey below:

With people not buying albums anymore and craving GOOD music, Mahogany Marie seeks to take on this market by storm. Mahogany has been writing and performing since the tender age of 11 and appreciates a wide range of genres. Not the type to be "Boxed in", her leading mantra is..."If it is a risk being yourself..then that's a risk worth taking". Peace and many blessings to all that follow her on her journey to prove that you really CAN make all of your dreams come true.

Mahogany Marie was born and raised in Chicago, IL where at aged 8 she discovered her talent for writing. By age 11 she had written her first song and her teacher encouraged the young Mahogany to enter a school talent contest which she won 1st place. Still not quite convinced of her own emerging talent, it was not until in 6th grade, when her classmates encouraged her to volunteer to sing the song ‘Sweet Home Chicago’ on a field trip to see ‘The House of Blues’ did Mahogany realize that maybe what others were saying about her was actually true.

At age 16, she teamed up with house music DJ/Producer Harrison Crump, to form the all-girl group Je'monet. Mahogany performed with the group at the Harold Washington Cultural Center, Kennedy King College and what was formally known as the cotton club on Chicago's south side. The group later broke up due to artistic differences.

Mahogany continued to perform in musical theater in highschool, playing the lead role of Dorothy in the ‘Wiz’ and the lead in ‘Taming of the Shrew’. After many well received performances, she continued to perform in several musicals in Chicago. During this time Mahogany was fortunate enough to meet and work with Oscar Brown Jr in the twilight years of his career. Oscar Brown Jr included her in several of his own original musical productions as well.

Currently she is working on her second EP that is due to be released in early fall. Stay tuned for some big releases coming from this talented artist and make sure to follow her on this personal music journey.



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