Mary Haller

With one foot in Boston, one in Nashville, and roots in the Midwest, Mary Haller combines her musical background with her love of language in crafting songs aimed at the commercial country and pop markets.

Currently a staff writer for Woody Bomar/Green Hills Music Group in Nashville, Haller has had cuts by artists in Nashville, Los Angeles, New England and Europe.

Her 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’s songs have also appeared in television shows including “The Voice,” “American Pickers” and MavTV’s “GearHeads.”

Haller received her Masters Certificate in Songwriting from Berklee College of Music’s online school in 2013, and was recipient of Berkleemusic's 2009 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.



July 2016

Mary Haller - Songwriter