…Is a flexible musical group featuring vocals, keyboards, guitar and various other instruments.
Nancy Marshall and Scott “sk” Marshall have known each other a long, long time... and they made it official, marrying on Mother's Day 2016. The trust and affection they have for each other is evident every time they play. Since they first met, their divergent musical paths have covered many miles, Nancy spending years in Nashville Tennesee and West Hartford CT, while Scott has been traveling and performing throughout the Northeast.
Since Nancy’s return to Uxbridge Massachusetts, they have been playing together for the love of singing and watching people enjoy a diverse mix of top 40 hits, R&B, Country Music, and even some “chunky guitar” rock music when the time is right. Their song list contains favorotes from the 1900s to 2016.
Nancy was a member of the immensely popular club and function band Something Katchy, and has since done amazing things in the music world, including appearing on the Grand Ole Opry, touring with major artists like Brenda Lee and Radney Foster, teaching at the Berklee College of Music, and currently being a member of Central Mass super-group 9Teen.
Scott was a member of popular club bands Outrage and the Senders, and was the longest running “the New Guy” in the long-running local country band Lincoln County for quite a few years. He now is a fixture at Blues Jams across the area, while currently singing and playing rhythm guitar for Throwback to the Sixties.
When the planets line up and the wind is just right, Nancy and Scott are joined by Nancy's daughter Mandie Morris, singing lead and harmony, and adding ukulele, percussion and additional keyboards.
Mandie has always been around music since both of her parents are professional musicians. She began singing professionally when she was still in high school and has appeared as a featured vocalist at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and at the Reach Music Festival in Connecticut along with Earth, Wind and Fire and Little River Band. She has performed several times as a background vocalist in concerts at Berklee College of Music, from which she graduated in 2016. Mandie has performed at numerous clubs and restaurants, and has been a featured vocalist at a variety of fundraisers. she was a member of the Vanderbilt Variations, and while at Berklee founded the a cappella group On the Vox
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