She's poised and lovely, exuberant and passionate, frisky and soulful, with a transcendent voice that has captivated audiences in clubs, theaters and on radio throughout the Northeast. And she's only nineteen years old. Her name is Mallory O'Donnell.
Bursting onto the upstate New York concert circuit in the summer of 2006, Mallory has headlined venues that many seasoned artists spend years working toward. Her credits include such legendary stages as The Turning Point in Piermont, NY; Caffè Lena in Saratoga Springs, NY; The Charles Wood Theatre in Glens Falls, NY; The Linda Norris Auditorium , Albany NY; outdoor festivals including Saratoga's Final Stretch; and live TV and radio performances.
Currently Mallory is enjoying airplay on musically diverse radio stations that showcase the range of styles she covers so well: uplifting rock, hard-hitting blues, to soulful and sultry ballads. Her debut CD, Joy, produced by Bob Warren (www.bob-warren.com) and Tony Markellis (Momma's and Papa's, Trey Anastasio), features an impressive list of musical luminaries including guitarist Chuck D'Aloia (Nick Brignola), cellist Monica Roach (Trans-Siberian Orchestra), and trumpeter and saxophonist Bill Holloman (Paul Simon, Danny Gatton).