Mallary Hope At Grand Ole Opry
Mallary Hope is an American country music singer/songwriter who grew up singing in her father’s church in Cohutta, Georgia. At age nine, she traveled with her family to Nashville and talked her way on stage at The Nashville Palace.
She formed her first band when she was twelve and wrote her first song when she was 15, and singing that song, she won first price at a talent competition and made her first CD single and music video. By the time she was a sophomore in high school, she was performing 150 shows a year, and her intense determination convinced her family to move to Nashville when she was 17 so she could pursue her dream full-time.
At age 21, Mallary signed with MCA Records, which released her debut single “Love Lives On” in 2009, told from the perspective of a widow with a child, missing the man she loves. The single was followed by a digital EP of the same name later that year, which had other songs like “Times Like These” and “Wildflowers.” Mallary’s second single “Blossom in the Dust” was released in 2010. Both singles have made the Hot Country Songs charts.