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SEVEN MARY THREE
Formed in 1993 while teenagers at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, Seven Mary Three took their name from the 70s cult TV show CHiPs. After a few years of honing their sound in Virginia clubs, the band began to turn heads in their native Florida with their self-released debut Churn. The song “Cumbersome” found support at hometown rock station WJRR in Orlando, and when added to rotation in early 1995 the song sparked an immediate reaction from fans and the industry. A record deal with Mammoth/Atlantic soon followed, and band members managed to graduate from college in May, re-record much of Churn to form their major label debut American Standard (1995) in June, have a hit single nationwide with “Cumbersome” in August, and enjoy a platinum release by years end. Both “Water’s Edge” and “My My” from the debut also found their way into the top 10, and Seven Mary Three lived on the road supporting the record and building its reputation as a powerful live act.
Seven Mary Three is first and foremost a live band, having toured with Aerosmith, Matchbox Twenty, and Three Doors Down and headlining countless festivals and club shows. In the past five years, the band has performed at multiple NASCAR races, opened the National Hockey League season for the NY Islanders, and performed at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game that aired nationally on ESPN.
Seven Mary Three is currently on tour and working on their seventh studio album.