Bristol’s Stone Church Coffeehouse at the First Congregational Church welcomes The Mary Maguire Band on Saturday, April 13th.
The Mary Maguire Band will entertain you with their magnificent vocals, sure-fingered picking and rock-solid rhythms that will get folks off their seat and onto their feet. They play American roots music of swing, bluegrass, folk and country. The band consists of Mary Maguire, Jeff Horton, and John Tibert.
Mary Maguire’s voice has been heard across the airwaves from Los Angeles to Boston, from France to Russia and China, and has floated her onto stages shared with the talented likes of John Sebastian, Tom Rush, Livingston Taylor, Christine Lavin, Dave Mallett, T. Graham Brown, Billy Novick and Guy Van Duser, Lincoln Meyers, Devonsquare, Moondi Klein, Harvey Reid, and others.
Jeff Horton's powerful bass-to-the-sky vocal range is well-known to the New England bluegrass scene. His solid acoustic bass drove the talented and entertaining Neon Valley Boys before the highly acclaimed contemporary bluegrass band Northern Lights brought him into their fold in 1990. Jeff was with Northern Lights for six years, playing hundreds of concerts, travelling thousands of miles, and performing with greats like Vassar Clements, Tim O'Brien, Peter Rowan, Jonathan Edwards and Dave Mallett. When Jeff met Mary Maguire and sang with her, both saw the musical possibilities --- great vocals and a professional attitude, all resulting in a powerful sound.
Central Massachusetts is home to singer/songwriter John Tibert. John engages listeners as both a multi-instrumentalist and down-to-earth singer-songwriter. His natural baritone voice rounds out harmonies with Mary and Jeff. He's shared the stage with Chesapeake, and performed with such bands as Drunk Uncle, Modern Drifters, Elise Marie & the Flames. His mandolin prowess and vocal creativity complete the recipe that is the Mary Maguire Band.
The warmth and exuberance of The Mary Maguire Band are not to be missed!
Bristol’s Stone Coffeehouse is an affordable, family-oriented, handicap-accessible musical venue. Doors open at 6:45PM and the show starts at 7:30PM. Tickets are available at the door. Light refreshments will be available for purchase. Tickets are $15.00 per adult; students are half price; children 5 and under are free. For ticket information or to purchase tickets in advance, please call 253-4813 or 253-7288.
The First Congregational Church is located at 300 High Street (corner of High and Bradford Streets) in Bristol, RI.
*** Note: This is a re-schedule of the February 23 show which was cancelled due to weather conditions ***