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The Twangtown Paramours

Free Concert – The Twangtown Paramours

August 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

2024 Outdoor Summer Concert Series

The Twangtown Paramours

Wednesday, August 7, 2024

Live music starts at 7 pm. Vending begins at 6 pm.


Join us outside the historic Stone Machine Shop for a FREE concert with The Twangtown Paramours!

Nashville-based husband-and-wife duo Mike T. Lewis and MaryBeth Zamer, known on stage as The Twangtown Paramours, have made a name for themselves defying boundaries with their award-winning catalogue of Americana, folk, and blues anthems. With a slew of accolades for their three full-length albums, they’ve earned a loyal following, balancing serious instrumental and vocal chops with witty stage banter and a lighthearted approach to life. They don’t take themselves, or the world, too seriously. With their third album, Double Down on a Bad Thing, The Twangtown Paramours shift gears to showcase a full band, electric, groove-oriented, upbeat, soul-infused, and retro blues sound. “We want people to have fun, to cheer up, to dance, and to start sporting a positive attitude, dammit,” says Mike.

Hit songwriter, session musician, and producer Mike Lewis was born in NYC, but his sound is informed by a mix of experiences across the country’s major music centers, including NYC, L.A., Austin, and Nashville. He began learning classical and jazz guitar at age eight, studying under Leonid Bolotine, William Matthews, and Barry Galbraith, before earning degrees at Columbia in New York City and the Grove School of Music in Los Angeles. He wrote a #1 platinum pop hit ranked the 2nd biggest-selling female ballad of all time in Korea, and occasionally plays upright bass for Jimmie Dale Gilmore.

Born in Washington D.C., lead singer MaryBeth Zamer was raised on a mix of opera and American songbook music, singing along to Dean Martin and Ella Fitzgerald, before discovering Little Feat, Bonnie Raitt, and the blues in high school. A fixture in the Washington, D.C. club scene for years, MaryBeth performed with popular local cover band, Ignition and sang backup vocals for Eva Cassidy’s band, Method Actor. “Eva was a huge influence on my singing style,” MaryBeth says. “She taught me to go beyond having fun and hitting the right notes, to sing in a way that conveys real emotion.”

Bring your chairs and blankets and enjoy this Outdoor Summer Concert.

Beer, hard cider, wine, soda, and snacks will be available to purchase during the concert.

Mascoma Enfield Lions Club will be on site with its food truck.

Lions Club LogoLive music will start at 7 pm. Vending will begin at 6 pm.

Rain or shine (we will move inside in case of rain.) Plenty of free parking.

Special thanks to our sponsors:

2024 Outdoor Concert Series at Enfield Shaker Museum


Enfield Shaker Museum
447 NH Route 4A
Enfield, NH 03748 United States
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