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Birthname: Maria Grazia Rosa Domenica D'Amato
Nationality: American
Born: Sep 12 1943


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Maria Muldaur may be best known for her 1974 mega-hit “Midnight at the Oasis” and the follow-up, the iconic anthem “I’m A Woman.” But, her pop success aside, her 47 year career is best described as a long and rambling odyssey through various forms of American roots music.
In her teen years she was part of the folk revival of the early sixties, and she grew up exploring and singing early blues, bluegrass, Appalachian old-timey music. Maria began her recording career in 1963 with the Even Dozen Jug Band, and shortly afterwards joined the popular Jim Kweskin Jug Band, recording five albums with ... Read more

Maria Muldaur may be best known for her 1974 mega-hit “Midnight at the Oasis” and the follow-up, the iconic anthem “I’m A Woman.” But, her pop success aside, her 47 year career is best described as a long and rambling odyssey through various forms of American roots music.
In her teen years she was part of the folk revival of the early sixties, and she grew up exploring and singing early blues, bluegrass, Appalachian old-timey music. Maria began her recording career in 1963 with the Even Dozen Jug Band, and shortly afterwards joined the popular Jim Kweskin Jug Band, recording five albums with them and touring the United States and Canada from coast to coast.
Her first self-titled major label solo album, Maria Muldaur, contained the unique and unusual chart topper, “Midnight at the Oasis,” garnered her several Grammy nominations and enshrined her forever in the hearts of baby boomers everywhere.  And in the 35 years since then, Maria has recorded 35 solo albums covering all genres of music, from blues to jazz to big band to gospel — and several acclaimed children’s albums. Since the early 90’s she has comfortably settled into her favorite idiom, the blues.

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Maria Muldaur may be best known for her 1974 mega-hit “Midnight at the Oasis” and the follow-up, the iconic anthem “I’m A Woman.” But, her pop success aside, her 47 year career is best described as a long and rambling odyssey through various forms of American roots music.
In her teen years she was part of the folk revival of the early sixties, and she grew up exploring and singing early blues, bluegrass, Appalachian old-timey music. Maria began her recording career in 1963 with the Even Dozen Jug Band, and shortly afterwards joined the popular Jim Kweskin Jug Band, recording five albums with them and touring the United States and Canada from coast to coast.
Her first self-titled major label solo album, Maria Muldaur, contained the unique and unusual chart topper, “Midnight at the Oasis,” garnered her several Grammy nominations and enshrined her forever in the hearts of baby boomers everywhere.  And in the 35 years since then, Maria has recorded 35 solo albums covering all genres of music, from blues to jazz to big band to gospel — and several acclaimed children’s albums. Since the early 90’s she has comfortably settled into her favorite idiom, the blues.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Maria Muldaur may be best known for her 1974 mega-hit “Midnight at the Oasis” and the follow-up, the iconic anthem “I’m A Woman.” But, her pop success aside, her 47 year career is best described as a long and rambling odyssey through various forms of American roots music.
In her teen years she was part of the folk revival of the early sixties, and she grew up exploring and singing early blues, bluegrass, Appalachian old-timey music. Maria began her recording career in 1963 with the Even Dozen Jug Band, and shortly afterwards joined the popular Jim Kweskin Jug Band, recording five albums with them and touring the United States and Canada from coast to coast.
Her first self-titled major label solo album, Maria Muldaur, contained the unique and unusual chart topper, “Midnight at the Oasis,” garnered her several Grammy nominations and enshrined her forever in the hearts of baby boomers everywhere.  And in the 35 years since then, Maria has recorded 35 solo albums covering all genres of music, from blues to jazz to big band to gospel — and several acclaimed children’s albums. Since the early 90’s she has comfortably settled into her favorite idiom, the blues.

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