Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 9, 2006
Multi-instrumentalist Mary Wiles, who has been hailed by the press as one of the Pacific Northwest's hottest attractions on the country music scene, has a new radio single, "Why not Take a Chance" released on the Bluetail Records label from her CD of the same title. Written by Wiles, it encourages listeners to "Take a Chance" with a faith based life. Wiles' clear vocals are framed by her tasteful keyboard and rhythm guitar on this single.
"Little Bit Closer", the last single from the album, went to #12 on Top 100 radio charts, and stayed on several radio charts for 6 months. Wiles plays seven instruments on the full CD and wrote all the songs, two of which have won songwriting awards. Wiles has won multiple songwriting, vocal, and performance competitions from the likes of Billboard. Playing strong harmonica, banjo, mandolin, violin, guitar, slide, and keyboards, she delivers genuine, powerful lyrics with a wide vocal range.
Recorded in Seattle, Wiles' home town, and mixed in Nashville, it contains inspirational rock, pop, gospel and country. Wiles, who has opened for Loretta Lynn, Tracy Byrd, and The Association, has also performed at international events such as the Goodwill Games. The CD "Why Not Take a Chance" can be purchased at bookstores or at Mary Wiles Website.