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Mary Saxton

Mary Saxton

Real Name:Mary Podmoroff
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Mary Saxton is a soul singer from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She was originally signed to Pace Records in the mid-60s, then Birchmount and Quality in the late ’60s. During this period she also sang in the band Daisy Hill Puppy Farm with Mo Boyer and Mavis McCauley – both from Southbound Freeway – and Bob Ego in 1967/68. She was also part of the studio act Rising Sun which was comprised of Saxton, Barry Allen, and members of Southern Freeway and The Lords. In 1971 she co-founded The Elastic Band with Gerry Ford, Al Girard, Lennie Buc, and Don Brown which lasted until 1973. She returned to a solo career and was the first act signed to Mustard in the ’70s where she released one album produced and written by Karl Erickson and Norman Rooke. In 1979 Saxton was enlisted as one of three female singers (alongside Nancy Nash and Rosiland Keene) for the disco act Touché and in 1980 as part of the ensemble all-female vocal project Ladies In Lights.

Sites:canadianbands.com
Aliases:Mary Saxton Rush
In Groups:Daisy Hill Puppy Farm (2), Ladies in Lights, The Rising Sun (5), Touché (9)
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