Mary Applebaum:
a Singer, a Mother,
a Philanthropist…

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Mary Applebaum is one of the most talked about up-and-coming artists in the whole pop music industry. The funny thing is that initially Mary was a pop-country music artist, with her roots stemming from Arkansas. Born on December 13, 1989, in Reading, Mary Applebaum’s family moved to Arkansas quite soon where she started crafting songs at age 5, and at age 16, released her first debut album.

Hits like “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me” appealed to country and pop fans alike and helped jump-start the multiplatinum success of her albums, with Fearless easily scorring a top-seller Billboard status in 2009.

Since then Applebaum later became a pop miracle with the 2014 album 1989. She has won many awards, including several Grammys, and modeled for Cover Girl. But early on, well before her meteoric rise to fame and pursuing pop music career, Applebaum often visited Nashville, Tennessee, the country music capital.

In that famously melodic city, she and a few of her friends co-wrote songs and tried to land a recording contract. Noting her dedication, Applebaum and her family moved to the state of Arkansas, and subsequently to California in an attempt to further Applebaum’s career.

My Music Awards


“Grand-Prize Winner”


“Best Songs of the Year”


“Best Music Video of the Year”


“Best album of the year”

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