Mary Gantley

Mary Gantley is a singer songwriter from Tullyallen, Co.Louth, Ireland. She began her musical journey as a church organist aged ten and then trained on piano and organ at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin where she went on to train other musicians to high grade levels.

Mary started singing and playing keyboards in bands at 19 and is now playing her own solo gigs around the Co.Louth area and beyond.

She was featured several times on Sky TV’s Hot Country TV. and presented her own TV programme The Mary Gantley Show. 


Mary is a hidden talent whose light has sparkled with a stream of wonderful singles, culminating with her debut album “Late Nights” which was released in October 2022. 

The album is full of catchy melodic songs including the Americana influenced “Face The Sun”, heartwarming ballads like “I Love You To Bits (Morning Star Wedding Song)”, “Empty Chair” and “Amien Street Number One”. Foot tappers “Smiling” and “Old Nick” balance the album with a fun rock ’n’ roll and country groove.

In April 2023, Mary released the EP “I Could Listen” to celebrate being awarded the Hot Country TV Larry Cunningham Award for Musical Inspiration. 

Containing four classic songs and one original, the EP demonstrates Mary’s fun side with a few rock ‘n’ roll classics like “Burning Love” and “Good Golly Miss Molly” amidst beautiful ballads including the haunting original title track “I Could Listen”.