Tuckermans at 9
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Tuckermans at 9

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Based in the New Hampshire Seacoast, the seven-voice vocal band, dubbed “T9” by fans, has entertained audiences of all ages from Boston and Massachusetts’ South Shore to Lewiston, Maine, and in New Hampshire from Portsmouth to Nashua and into the Lakes Region. “We call ourselves a band,” says founder and baritone Mark Miller, “because our voices make all the music. No instruments or pre-recorded instrumental tracks are ever used. Everything you hear, from the vocals to what sounds maybe a bit like electric guitars, is just us. Even the drums – a technique known as vocal percussion – come from our throats and lips. If you’ve heard groups such as Rockapella, Tonic Sol-Fa, or Toxic Audio, that’s the style – and it’s a real blast!”

Tuckermans at 9 performs well-known pop, rock, blues, and light jazz favorites from as far back as the 1940s, but mostly music of the 1960s to today. “Audiences of all ages enjoy our shows because there’s literally something familiar there for everyone,” explains Miller. “At the same time, because we choose songs that are just plain good, well-written songs, people really get into things they don’t necessarily know, at least at first. We also have a lot of fun on stage, and it’s contagious for the audience! It’s really a show, not just a concert.”

A typical T9 show features a cappella classics such as “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”, “Zombie Jamboree”, “Java Jive”, and “60-Minute Man”, but also The Beatles’ “Blackbird”, “Still The One” by Orleans, Gloria Estefan’s “Turn The Beat Around”, Three Dog Night’s “Joy to the World”, and Norah Jones’ “Don’t Know Why”. In addition, the band performs original T9 arrangements, including Linda Ronstadt’s “You’re No Good”, “No Matter What” by Badfinger, Boston’s “Livin’ For You”, and “29 Ways (To My Baby’s Door)” by Marc Cohn of “Walkin’ in Memphis” fame.