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Mary Hiett releases warm, loving Mother's Day song
(Published: April 23, 2019)

Mary Hiett is a recording artist with a unique take on her easy listening songs. She is an accomplished performer, and in particular, her piano skills are to die for. She has a remarkable gift when it comes to composition: maintaining a simple, yet relatable approach, while also adorning her sound with detailed, rich tones that add more dynamics to the listening experience. Her most recent studio single, a track titled "She Is The One," is actually a perfect demonstration of her songwriting and composition skills.

This song is fresh and memorable, and it is the perfect addition to any Mother's Day playlist - not to say that this is a festive song per se, but it's a moving song to enjoy in the company of family and loved ones.

It has just "that" special, elusive warmth, which makes you feel like sharing something truly special with all the people out there that you love the most.

More Information: https://mormonmusic.org/mormon-artists/mary-hiett

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