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"Country show and recording artist Wiles is a mainstay on the festival and fair circuit from country gatherings to community events like West Seattle Street and Bothell Arts. She has a clear voice, is a top multi instrumentalist on guitar, fiddle, Harmonica, banjo, slide, and mandolin to deliver one top flight show. Her energy can be seen and heard across the fairgrounds drawing audiences to the stage.  This is her first gospel album which is more a mixture of other styles like the bluesy swaying "Worship Avenue" or driving harmonica and vocals on "Ticket To Enter."  The country rock on the title cut asks you to take a chance on your beliefs. "Little bit closer" is a straight ahead exploring of getting close to your faith. "Thanks for the Times" is a warm floating singer songwriter mood.   This is just a part of Wiles country show.  Wiles has excellent promotional material and stunning color pictures that she has developed for Northwest fairs and festivals.  Can't go wrong here with her recording or her performance."

Chris Lunn.  Victory Music

A superlative and highly recommended example of a modern Christian CD music album, Why Not Take A Chance by adult contemporary music artist Mary Wiles mixes heartland rock and country blues with reflective and beautifully performed ballads that will encourage Christians to a closer walk with Christ and invites non-Christians and lapsed Christians to take up the opportunity Christ offers for a wonderful new life within the Christian communion and community.

Bethany's Bookshelf - Midwest Book Review

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Mary Wiles CD Album
"The Wrong Side Of Town"

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Wrong Side of Town" contains an enjoyable mix of styles ranging from country blues, folk and rock to traditional country. Wiles songwriting skills are highlighted by honest, straight to the core lyrics set in the jewels of good melodies. Her expressive vocals range from a Judy Collins clearness to a raspy rock and blues feel. Wiles' ability to play multiple instruments is showcased by her performing all of the instrumental work on the album..... violin, guitar, slide guitar, harmonica, mandolin, banjo and keyboards. The songs echo the stories hidden inside each of us that we didn't have words for.....a "must have" for any CD collection!