The MaryBeth Maes Band

The MaryBeth Maes Band


MaryBeth Maes' music ranges from sweet-melodic acoustic tunes to in-your-face rock n' roll. A mix of folk, rock and blues, she has an original sound with a strong set of pipes. She's got a bunch of talented guys with her as well.


MaryBeth Maes has been singing, writing, and playing guitar in the New England area for 22 years. She started as a teenager after being classically trained, peforming in Boston venues with original bands in the late 80’s. In the early 90’s, she opened for the classic rock act “Foghat” and also for “John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band”. She has performed in many local GB bands as well, performing in clubs from Boston to Vermont. The style of music she performs ranges from sweet melodic rock to hard rock. She gigs with her band performing songs from her CD “Just Like Me”, produced and recorded by her husband, Brian Maes. She also does solo acoustic gigs and acoustic duo gigs as well.
Jamie Maes on bass, her brother-in-law, is a seasoned bass player and singer whose funky r-n-b style adds a nice flavor to the band. His stage presence, and hats, give a lot of personality to the stage. David Fischer formerly with Mary Lou Lord, has been around the country and back with his guitar and it shows. His style ranges from melodic background acoustic to "face-melting solos. Tony DePietro, also formerly with Mary Lou Lord, has a groove that can't be denied. Solid, fun and crazy are words to describe Tony.


MaryBeth Maes released "Just Like Me", with the help of her husband Brian Maes, who recorded and produced. The track "Don't Worry 'Bout Me" can be heard on WZLX in Boston, Sunday Morning Blues show with Carter Alan. The track "Just Like Me" has been heard on 92.9 the River, out of Haverhill MA. She also has a 3-song demo entitled "MaryBeth Linehan" released in early 2000.

Set List

MaryBeth Maes plays both original and cover gigs. She is currently supporting her CD "Just Like Me" in original venues. For cover gigs, the band has a very large catalogue of cover tunes that range from Janis Joplin to the Who to Taylor Swift. They keep it lively but also know the rooms where they must be respectful in the first set.