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Win A Photo Signed By Mary Wilson!

Posted in News on April 28th, 2012 by MaryWilson

Backstage Axxess is giving fans the chance to win a photo signed by Mary Wilson! Contest rules can be found by clicking here. Hurry! The contest ends April 30th at 12 noon EST.

Mary Interviewed by Backstage Axxess

Posted in News on April 17th, 2012 by MaryWilson

Backstage Axxess interviewed Mary after her first show at the Seneca Niagara Casino’s Bears Den on Saturday, March 31st. Click here to watch the interview on BackstageAxxess.com .

Charity Poker Game Event

Posted in Mary's Journal, News on April 15th, 2012 by MaryWilson

Mary recently played poker at a charity poker game event in Las Vegas, benefiting children with disabilities.

 

 

REVIEW: Mary Wilson at the Bear’s Den, Seneca Niagara Casino, Niagara Falls, NY

Posted in News on April 7th, 2012 by MaryWilson

Mary Wilson @ Bears Den (Inside the Seneca Niagara Casino), Niagara Falls, New York
Saturday, March 31, 2012

By: Thom Jennings from backstageaxxess.com

“Mary Wilson may not be the best-known member of The Supremes, but she can lay claim to being in the group longer than anyone other member of the trailblazing female super group. Take away The Supremes moniker and Wilson is an incredible performer in her own right, combining raw talent with an elegance that is matched by her humility.

Wilson performed two shows at Seneca Niagara’s Bears Den Saturday, I caught the matinee performance in the intimate venue. As expected, Wilson lived up to her status as a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, and put on a wonderful show filled with great musical moments and spontaneous interactions with the crowd.

As soon as Wilson hit the stage, she filled the room with her radiance. Wilson combines all of the elements of the great female performers from the sixties. Her performance combined elements of Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner and Diana Ross. Whether she needed to strut around the stage belting out a Rolling Stones cover like “Satisfaction” or a beautiful ballad like Sting’s “Fields of Gold,” Wilson pulled it off with precision.

What really made the show work was her obvious love of performing. Wilson’s command of the stage is awe-inspiring, regardless of the size of the venue. Every up and coming performer should be required to see Wilson.

After the show, Wilson graciously signed autographs and posed for pictures for an hour after the show. In spite of a hectic evening of travel and a second show scheduled for later that evening. Wilson smiled and joked with her fans and didn’t rush any of them through the line. After all the fans were gone she gave a great interview to BackstageAxxess, one that you will see on the site shortly.”

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