A New Season of Music at Tinmouth’s Old Firehouse
Audiences at Tinmouth’s Old Firehouse like to hear new bands along with the old favorites. Some come from far away to try their music on the enthusiastic crowd, but this fall’s new band doesn’t have far to travel – some of its members are from right there in Tinmouth. The Plumb Bobs open a season of performances on Friday, September 9, at 7:30 p.m. The group is made up of Marcos Levy on acoustic guitar, lead and backup vocals – and one song on the accordion; Jonathan Czar on the electric guitar, mandolin and vocals; Aaron Schneider playing electric bass; and Tinmouth School teacher Mary Barron, who sings and plays the fiddle. These veteran musicians can play almost anything, so you never know what you’ll hear. While they all write songs, they also play Irish, Hispanic, roots Americana and gentle rock music. The Old Firehouse is located at the junction of Mountain View Road and Route 140 in downtown Tinmouth. Doors open at 7 p.m. There is a suggested donation of $10 to $15, 90 percent of which goes to the performers. Homemade desserts, coffee and tea will be available. Donations for them will help support community activities.