Me&Thee Music, a non-profit in Marblehead, is hosting local band, The Mugfords, for its Saturday Holiday & Dance Party December 10. Starting at 8 p.m. they will perform holiday hits from across the decades.
With their performance dancing can be enjoyed and food will be available. Doors will open at 7:15 p.m. and the kitchen is set to open at 7:30 p.m.
The Mugfords, which consists of band members Debra Basile, Paul Todisco, Chad Rosen and Steve Pierce, has been around for 30 years. In the past, they have performed on HGTV, The Hard Rock Cafe in Boston and all over New England.
“They are known for their vocal harmonies and faithful replication of the music of The Beatles, Kinks, Byrds, Rolling Stones, The Who, Talking Heads, Cars and many others,” a press release from Me&Thee said.
Basile, a multi-instrumentalist, has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and is currently singing in the Cantemus Chamber Chorus, teaching and directing a choir.
The “human jukebox” Todisco was lead guitarist for the “Ace of Clubs,” the “Boosey Hawkes” and “The Poor Boys,” which eventually became the “Safety in Numbers.”
Before The Mugfords, Rosen was the manager and a member of “Tappin’ at the Met” a Boston-New York swing band.
Percussionist and multi-instrumentalist Pierce, aka “Tubs,” has had a 30 year art teacher career at Marblehead Middle School. Although classically trained in the trombone, he also plays the drums, guitar, bass, hammered dulcimer and keyboards.
Ticket information can be found on meandthee.org.