Mary Cogan hit the stage for the first time a few years ago in the form of a diminutive tornado. Singing from a heart even bigger that her smile, she has whirled through clubs and events in a storm of demand and popularity and gathered with force a gallery of fans that come out on any night in any weather to hear her thunder.
She can melt your heart into sweet Oklahoma rain with a melodic rendition of a soulful standard, and in the next number, cast your melancholia away like the beams of a Tulsa sunset.
Her legendary voice slips effortlessly from rock to soul to country ballads as she performs with love, magic and imagination. From the first beat of the first song, she is brilliantly alive with natural verve. Her sense of smooth energy inspires her fellow musicians and hypnotically engages her fans.
She loves what she’s doing up on that stage and she adores her audience.
Mary Cogan is a natural phenomenon, a star whose radiance enlightens each of us as we watch her shine.


 Are you Gonna Kiss me or Not – Thompson Square
After the Glitter Fades – Stevie Nicks
Backseat of A Greyhound – Sara Evans
Back to Louisiana - ?
Bakersfield – Buck Owens and Dwight Yoakum
Big Yellow Taxi – Joanie Mitchell
Blackbird – The Beatles
Blackwater – The Doobie Brothers
Born To Fly – Sara Evans
Breathe – Anna Nalick
Calling Baton Rouge – Garth Brooks
Can’t Buy me Love – the Beatles
Change the World – Eric Clapton
Closer to Fine – the Indigo Girls
Creepin in – Norah Jones and Dolly Parton
Cowboy Take me Away – Dixie Chicks
Copper Head Road – Steve Earle
Curbside Prophet – Jason Mraz
Don’t Know Why – Norah Jones
Sweet Melissa – Alman Bro. Band
Every Little thing – Sting
Famous in a Small Town – Miranda Lambert
Give it up or Let me Go – Dixie Chicks
Goodbye to You – Michelle Branch
Gypsy – Stevie Nicks
Good Bye Earle – Dixie Chicks
Heart Like Mine – Miranda Lambert
House that Built me – Miranda Lambert
Hello Mr. Heartache – Dixie Chicks
Heart of Gold – Neil Young
I Can’t Make you Love Me – Bonnie Rait
Lucky One – Faith Hill
If You’re Ever In OK – Mary Cogan
I hope – Dixie Chicks
I’m Not the One – Mary Cogan
I Wanna Live Like that – Mary Cogan
It will be Me – Faith Hill
I will – The Beatles
Kiss me – Six Pence none the Richer
Lady Madonna – the Beatles
Landslide – Fleetwood Mac
Leave the Pieces – the Wreckers
Let me Down Easy – Billy Currington
Long Time Gone – Dixie Chicks
My Baby Thinks He’s a Train – Rosanne Cash
Mockingbird – James Taylor and Carly Simon
Over My Head – Fleetwood Mac
Oh Atlanta – Allison Kraus
Only Prettier – Miranda Lambert
Picture – Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow
Real Man – Bonnie Raitt
Rhiannon – Fleetwood Mac
Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash
Rolly Polly – Bob Wills
Say That you Love Me – Fleetwood Mac
Skin on Skin – Mary Cogan
Shanty - ???
Sleeping to Dream – Jason Mraz
Something to Talk about – Bonnie Raitt
Standing on the Rock – OMD and Mary Cogan
Stand by Your Man – Tammy Wynette
Stronger – Faith Hill
That’s What I like About you – Trisha Yearwood
The Weight – The Band
Thinking about you – Norah Jones
Torn – Natalie Imbruglia
The First Cut is the Deepest – Sheryl Crow
Train Song – Mindy Smith
Two more Bottles of Wine – Delbert McClinton
When Will I Be Loved – Linda Ronstadt
When You Say Nothing at All – Allison Kraus and Keith Whitley
What am I to You – Norah Jones
We Can work It Out – The Beatles
Walkin After Midnight – Patsy Cline
Wide Open Spaces – Dixie Chicks
Why Georgia Why – John Mayer
You’re No Good – Linda Ronstadt
Wild Nights – John Melloncamp