Mary Jane Snow photo by Fernando Guerrero

Mary Jane Snow




Mary Jane Snow is a hit singer, songwriter, and guitarist in Seattle, WA. MJ grew up in a suburb of Minneapolis and began playing music at age 7 on an ocean blue accordion rented from a local music school. Following a psychedelic experience at the Glastonbury music festival in England, at age 22 Mary Jane made the bold move to Hollywood to start a band. Snow's songwriting strength attracted several band members to join her first group Hazelden. The early success of the band prompted a cease-and-desist letter by the Hazelden drug treatment center claiming dilution of their famous internationally trademarked name. Hazelden officially changed its name to End Roulette (an Oscar Wilde reference) just prior to an appearance on MTV's "Road to the VMAs" program, where they were nominated in the 2008 "Best Breakout LA Artist" category. Their track “Paper Bullets” won a Billboard World Song Contest Award in the Rock/Alternative Category. End Roulette was an opening band for the New York Dolls and were played on commercial radio in Los Angeles including KROQ 106.7, AMP 97.1, & INDIE 103.1. Mary Jane Snow has written several unreleased albums. Her original songs have been licensed to Disney and 20+ TV shows with over 70 episodes.

Listen to Paper Bullets by End Roulette on Apple Music: 

Paper Bullets