20-year-old Singer/Songwriter Mary Kate Farmer has been wowing audiences throughout the South with her energetic live shows.
Mary Kate was born in Olathe, Kansas and then moved to San Antonio, Texas at the age of four.
She has since put down her roots near Atlanta, Georgia. Music has been a large part of her life, even since she could talk.
Between performing in talent shows, and putting on shows for her family and friends every chance she could. Mary Kate immediately fell in love with performing and being on stage.
At the age of 14, her parents bought her an acoustic guitar, unknowingly launching her into a burgeoning music career.
She is self-taught on the guitar and started writing her own original music soon thereafter.
Mary Kate and her band have played at many venues, fairs and festivals across the South.
One of her favorite shows thus far is when she headlined her own show at Wild Bill’s in Duluth, Georgia.
She has also opened up for large name acts such as John King and Craig Campbell.
She was also given the honor of singing the national anthem at the 2015 NHRA Southern Nationals presented on ESPN, in front of more than 20,000 people. She recently completed her debut EP in Nashville, Tennessee with 2X Grammy nominated producer Greg Cole.
As a result of her partnering with the Go Long Entertainment team and her motivated mind set and determination, she is quickly developing developed an undoubtedly bright future in the music business. She’s one to watch in 2016 and beyond!