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This Week at The Local - Mary Fagan & Cinco de Mayo w/ Don Guano & The Lo-Fi Rebellion

April 30, 2018 · No Comments

This Week at The Local Will Be Epic!

The Local Debut of Mary Fagan & Cinco de Mayo w/ Don Guano & The Lo Fi Rebellion!

A restless heart and devotion to music has made Mary Fagan a true original with wide ranging influences. Backing herself solidly on guitar or piano, she moves seamlessly from jazz to folk, blues and rock. With influences that range from Duke Ellington to The Grateful Dead, you can't fit her neatly into any one musical category. But no matter what style of music she is playing, her voice will captivate you. It is bold and smooth, as if it were forged in the blues and then dipped in velvet. Read More Below.

Intertwining Electric & Acoustic Guitar with Mandolin & Drums, Don Guano & The Lo-Fi Rebellion Have Their Own Unique Sound. These Local Warner Boys Weave a Tapestry of Melodic Rock Songs That Are Polished, Yet at The Same Time Raw Sounding, Aggressive, Yet at The Same Time Vulnerable. Oh, and they're Good Guys Too. Come Check Them Out.

Thursday at The Local is The Best Team Trivia Night in NH. (Sorry Everyday. We Still Love You Guys) Cathleen Brings The Olympiad of Useless Knowledge to The Local. Get Here Early. The Hilarity Ensues at 7:00

Who Wants Some Wings! It's Wednesday & That Means Wing Night at The Local! Come Down & Get a A Big Basket of Wings in your choice of Buffalo, Honey Sriracha, Korean BBQ, Sweet Thai Chili, BBQ Sauce, Garlic Parmesan, Ranch or Blue Cheese, Carrots & Celery Included.

Tuesday it's All About The Tacos. Every Week a Different Taco Dreamed Up By The Kitchen. Always Super Delicious, and inexpensive.

Mary Fagan Bio:

Music has always been part of life for Fagan. She grew up in a house where her parents both played piano. There were piano lessons and also music in school band on the flute. At The University of New Hampshire she studied Math and Political Science, earning a bachelor's degree in each. It was there, too that she picked up the guitar. It's portability suits her quite well. She's traveled most of the US, with long stints in New York, Colorado, California, North Carolina and most recently Austin, Texas, soaking up musical styles and flavors along the way. She's happy playing music in many settings; solo, duo, trio or with a full band.

The Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan have been big influences, as well as jazz singers like Billie Holiday and Carmen McCrae. Whether with a group or accompanying herself on piano or guitar, her vocals are striking. She is both gritty and pure, her winsome style could give a grey sky the blues.


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