Listen to MCC on World Cafe Live

June 22 2016

MCC’s performance and interview on XPN World Cafe Live is now available to stream.


US Tour Dates Added

June 21 2016

MCC will tour the West Coast this fall, performing songs from her expansive 14-album catalog and songs from her new record The Things That We Are Made Of (May 6, Lambent Light Records).

New 2016 Tour Dates:

8/26 – Albany, NY – The Egg-Hart Theatre
9/16 – Missoula, MT – The Wilma Theatre
9/18 – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theater
9/25 – Scottsdale, AZ – Scottsdale Performing Arts Center
9/28 – Solana Beach, CA – Belly Up

MCC Fan Presale

We have reserved the best seats in the house for MCC fans, which can be purchased via presale beginning Wednesday June 22 at 10am local time. Check the Tour Page at 10am local time for links to purchase.

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday June 24 at 10am local time.

Stay tuned as more dates are announced.

The Things That We Are Made Of: Conversations with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Pt. 3

June 08 2016

From 7S Management: Watch MCC explain her songwriting process in “The Things That We Are Made Of: Conversations with Mary Chapin Carpenter, Pt. 3”. The Things That We Are Made Of is available now in stores & online.

Get your copy now at: iTunes // Amazon // MCC Store

Watch on YouTube HERE

MCC to play Edmonton Folk Festival Aug 5

June 02 2016

MCC returns to the main stage at Edmonton Folk Music Festival on August 5. Tickets are on-sale in person on June 3, and online June 4. Full info is available here.

“The Things That We Are Made Of” Available Now

May 06 2016

Mary Chapin’s 14th album The Things That We Are Made Of is now available in-stores and online. Produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell), the album features 11 new songs written by Carpenter.

Get your copy now at:
Go To iTunes (Digital)
Go To Amazon (US): Digital, CD & LP
Go To Amazon (UK): Digital, CD & LP
Go To MCC Store: Digital, CD, LP & Exclusive Merch

+ Special $8.99 digital pricing extended through 5/13
+ MCC’s first vinyl release since 1992’s Come On Come On

“…Carpenter is now at the height of her musical career, painting a compelling, relevant piece of art tinged with mixed feelings of grief and joy, all without preaching or darkening our minds with sadness.” – The Huffington Post

“… she remains one of the most grounded, sentient songwriters of her generation.” – Rolling Stone

“Her album plays out both sides of that classic country gesture at the unknown — darkness and latent enlightenment — and by emphasizing both, she accomplishes what sounds like a transformation.” – NPR Music