Liz Frame & the Kickers with Special Guests Marjorie Senet and the Broken Home Boys

Saturday, November 11th @ 8pm (doors @ 7pm)

GA Seated: $25 Advance | $25 Door

Vinegar Hill presents Liz Frame & the Kickers, featuring special guests Marjorie Senet & the Broken Home Boys!

“This woman writes great songs and has the pipes to deliver them.”

— Elmore Magazine

Liz Frame wrote her first song at age nine and has been performing her own brand of Americana music since her early teens. Her efforts have paid off in exciting ways — nights in prestigious rooms and strong praise from respected sources — as she wins the hearts and minds of audiences and the industry alike. Giants like Patsy Cline and Linda Ronstadt have been evoked while describing her voice, and her writing has been compared to veterans like Dolly Parton and Lucinda Williams, among others. When not performing solo, she is backed live by her band, the Kickers — John Webb on lead guitar, Marjorie Senet on guitar and vocals, Jake Davis on bass, Max Chase on keys, and Jarrett Osborn on drums — talented friends whose musicianship help to deliver her material with distinction.

Ms. Frame released her first full-length recording, Sooner, in 2011 that drew strong praise, followed by the ep, Justine, which continued to highlight her skills as a singer and writer. Her 2018 full-length release, Sparrow in a Shoebox, won her still more fans and acclaim, charting on the AMA Top 200, and her 2021 release, Firefly, has continued her trajectory.

Marjorie Senet and the Broken-Home Boys:

Original heart-breaking honky tonk, American roots and classic country twang from the NH Seacoast, Marjorie Senet and the Broken-Home Boys will take you on an emotional journey of love and loss. Raised on music blasting from a Seeburg jukebox, Marjorie’s influences range from Etta James and Brenda Lee to George Jones.

“Her down-home voice and sweet songs of heartbreak might as well have come straight from the Ryman Auditorium days of the Grand Ole Opry.” Said Scott Heron of Folk New Hampshire.
Music writer Chris Hislop of Seacoast Online said, “It’s hard to find music from another era sound so fresh in contemporary times. Senet nails it. Sad subject matter makes for the finest of songs.”
Their second full length album Break the Habit was released July 24, 2022.

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