Mary Haller

Mary Haller combines her musical background with her love of language in crafting songs aimed at the commercial country, pop and film/TV markets.

  • Haller is signed with Nashville publisher Woody Bomar/Green Hills Music Group in Nashville.
  • Haller’s songs have been recorded by artists in the US, Canada, Australia and Europe. She has had sync placements in network and cable television.
  • Cuts in 2020 include Ashlie Amber’s new single, “Fight With You,” (added to Spotify’s “New Music Nashville” playlist); and Michaela Clarke’s “Taken,” (added to multiple Canadian playlists including SiriusXM CBC-Country). Other recent releases include the title cut on Jenny Tolman’s debut album, “There Goes the Neighborhood,” ranked #24 on RollingStone’s list of “40 Best Country and American Albums of 2019.” 
  • Haller’s songs have won and placed in the finals of nationally and internationally-recognized contests such as the International Songwriting Competition (ISC), USA Songwriting Contest, American Songwriter Lyric Contest, and the NSAI/CMT Song Contest.

Haller earned her Masters Certificate in Songwriting from Berklee College of Music’s online school and was recipient of a Berkleemusic Paul Simon Celebrity Scholarship.

As a writer and publicist, Haller has worked for a number of Boston-area arts and educational institutions, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where she was Director of Arts Communication for sixteen years.

Haller enjoys solo-writing, co-writing and topline-writing. She divides her time between Massachusetts and Nashville.

Also a flautist, Haller is a member of the All-American Alumni Band, made up of alumni of the McDonald’s All-American High School Band.

December, 2020

Mary Haller - Songwriter