Mary Beth Cross is an accomplished singer, songwriter, guitarist, banjoist and artist career coach who is enhancing lives around the world by writing and performing “thoughtful, soothing music for thoughtful living.”
The Denver artist’s music is influenced by the rural farmland and forests of her Wisconsin upbringing and the Rocky Mountains where she currently resides.
Mary Beth’s growing notoriety has led to performances at venues and events such as Folk Alliance International in Toronto and Kansas City, MO, the Denver Coliseum, and the Colorado Association of School Nurses in Breckenridge, CO, headlined at Swallow Hill Association and Black Rose Acoustic Society, and appeared at Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, CA. She has performed at SWRFA in Austin, TX as well as venues in Wisconsin and Minneapolis, MN, and the Northeast over the course of her career.
The artist describes her music as acoustic Americana with hints of folk and jazz. Her multi-faceted repertoire reflects her love of Broadway, Acoustic Roots and classic Country -- appealing to audiences from all walks of life.
“My music comes from inspiration found in the beauty of nature and the human spirit,” said Mary Beth, who has recorded four full length albums and one EP. “I work with all kinds of people, and I write songs to hopefully touch others and make them feel something.”