Tom Quigley's Website
Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Keyboards, and Vocals
Welcome to the website for Tom Quigley !!!
The husband-wife duet, Tom & Marie, play a variety of cover tunes, mainly from the 60's and 70's, on acoustic guitar and bass, perfect for small venues and events.
Check out their FaceBook page at https://www.facebook.com/tommariemusic/.
Tom & Marie's website is found at: http://tom-marie.com/TomMarie.html
The “Triton Trio” is the combination of the husband-wife duet “Tom & Marie” (guitar and bass) and banjo wizard Robert Siegers. Tom & Marie play acoustic covers of popular music mostly from the 60’s and 70’s, and also play in various combos including bluegrass bands and contradance bands. Robert is versatile and original on the 5 string banjo, having traveled with the banjo throughout North America, Scandinavia and Ireland which has profoundly influenced his music. Together the Triton Trio put outs a sound that is sure to delight and entertain.
Check out the Triton Trio website at http://tom-marie.com/TritonTrio.html.
The Triton Trio can also be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thetritontrio/.
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Last update: July 19, 2018
Tom has been playing music for over 30 years, whether it be keyboards in a rock & roll, country, blues band or contradance band, or be it playing guitar or mandolin in a bluegrass band.
Now Tom brings his repertoire of music to either a duet setting (with his wife Marie on bass and guest musicians occasionally sitting in) or a group setting. This duet setting is perfect for small clubs and cafes.
Tom's group work, which usually consists of a combo performing acoustic covers of popular and traditional tunes played with bluegrass style, is perfect for parties as well as town and village concert series. Plus Tom enjoys playing for contradances which allows for interesting and entertaining instrumental arrangements.
Check the various group webpages for YouTube links to samples of video recordings.
Tom's email is email@example.com
He is also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thomas.j.quigley