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Brazilian Honky-Tonk pioneers Mary Lee & The B-Side Brothers released their second studio album, Fighting Demons, on all digital platforms worldwide. Accompanying their first release with Muddy Roots Music Nashville is the music video for the title track of Fighting Demons. Mary Lee (vocals/guitar) and Mauro Montezuma (drums/washboard) moved with their kids in 2019 to Berlin, the place to be! Full of energy and brand new songs, they are touring Europe the whole year now.

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MEMBERS

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  • Mauro Montezuma
    Mauro Montezuma Drums/Voice/Washboard
  • Mary Lee
    Mary Lee Voice/ Guitar
  • Fly
    Fly Guitar/Double
  • Gabriel Fernandes
    Gabriel Fernandes Acoustic bass/Accordion
  • Valentina Hope
    Valentina Hope Violin

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Brazilian Honky-Tonk pioneers Mary Lee & The B-Side Brothers released their second studio album, Fighting Demons, on all digital platforms worldwide. Accompanying their first release with Muddy Roots Music Nashville is the music video for the title track of Fighting Demons.

Mary Lee (vocals/guitar) and Mauro Montezuma (drums/washboard) moved with their kids in 2019 to Berlin, the place to be! Full of energy and brand new songs, they are touring Europe the whole year now.

Dubbed the Brazilian Loretta Lynn, Mary Lee & The B-Side Brothers are akin to a high-speed train traveling from Brazil to Berlin, with a quick pit stop in New York for a prayer to the church of punk rock and a shot of whiskey.

Fighting Demons explores the depths of roots country through Mary Lee’s personal experiences. The album “talks about the demons we face in life, both external and internal, which I believe are the most difficult to handle,” said Mary Lee. “We got to create a power so that we no longer have to face them.” Her songs capture the essence of a musician’s struggle to find healing and redemption through their music, all with Mary Lee’s unique honky-tonk inspired flair.