Sanford Music Festival Artist Spotlight on: Lynne Gibson & Beth Black Acoustic Duo

lynnegibson-photoBeth Black’s current collaboration with Lynne Gibson began in September 2016.  They have similar backgrounds in music from Jazz, Blues, Country, Americana and Rock.  Since they both enjoy music from a wide variety of backgrounds it is not uncommon for fellow musician friends to sit in.  Over time they have found a good blend with two other local musicians, Carol Ford Keck on harp, and Tracey Gibbs on percussion, and they are having a blast!  Thus, the creation of the “& Then There Were 4.” band.

Lynne says that “music expresses what can’t be said by words alone, it brings people together, takes us to another place and transcends everyday life.”

This is a duo and 4 person band formed by seasoned musicians that just happen to be women who know how to rock.  These ladies can groove and solo with the best of ‘em!

Fans often comment that “& Then There Were 4” is a unique blend of musical styles and talent, and are surprised by the variety of their set list.  It’s not uncommon for folks to get so into their performance that they stay through all four sets. 

 Lynne is currently in the studio working on an EP targeted for release in August 2017.  In the meantime, you can check them out at the Sanford Music Festival, and http://www.Lynnegibson.com or https://www.facebook.com/Lynne-Gibson-Beth-Black-Acoustic-Duo.

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Rose is a lover of all genres of music, with a deep passion for rock. Legend says that she has long since expired from this world, but continues to creep into as many shows and listen and learn about as much music as she can wrap her empty little head around. Music, it seems, is what keeps her connected to life.
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