The trio of young singer/songwriters known collectively as MamaDear is creating a buzz and amassing fans up and down the east coast with their well-crafted original songs, exuberant stage show and sterling harmonies.
The members of MamaDear--Parker Bradway, Kelly Tillotson and Daniel Wilson—met through a mentoring group with award-winning songwriter Tom Douglas (“The House That Built Me”) and discovered that musical magic happened when they collaborated. From their decision to be a band, while gathered on a front porch in Nashville on a cool fall morning in 2012, MamaDear has been on fire ever since. This trio has traveled throughout the country, playing many colleges, clubs and other venues and opening up for bands such as Parachute, Will Hoge and Jason Michael Carroll. Their diverse, distinctly southern feel- good harmonies and infectious melodies have caught the ear of not only the Nashville music industry, but diverse audiences all over the country. Without label support, this threesome is taking their career into their own hands and, if they have their way, it won't take long before everyone has heard the name MamaDear.