As a little girl Mary Amora, born in the Philippines, knew that she wanted to be a singer. Barely 8 years old, she wins her first talent show. After singing in several school bands she decides to find her luck in Manila. She starts to sing in a band and develops a lot of experience in the club- and hotel scene, not only in Manila but also abroad (Japan, Netherlands and China). Early 2000 Mary Amora is moving to the Netherlands and continues her career as a singer in her new home country. One of her biggest milestones is winning the popular Henny Huisman Soundmixshow on Dutch TV with her imitation of Tina Turner's River deep, mountain high. After her participation in the Dutch Eurosong competition in 2003 and 2004, Mary decides it is time to record a full album. Together with producers Ernst van de Kerkhof and Eddy Bopp, Mary recorded 'Long Way'. Mary shows her exeptional vocal qualities on this album which contains no fillers.