TINKERTOWN (Record Release!), Devotion and special guest Tanya Donelly.

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TINKERTOWN celebrate their latest release with Devotion and special guest Tanya Donelly!

Led by Boston rock veteran Dean Fisher and vocalist Gabriella Lawrence, TINKERTOWN plays original rock with nods to several different styles of Americana. Featuring local luminaries Russell Chudnofsky, Elizabeth Steen, Joe McMahon and Chris Anzalone. Members of TINKERTOWN have played with such artists as: Natalie Merchant, Tanya Donelly, Juliana Hatfield, Will Dailey, Lori McKenna, Billy Bragg, Tim Gearan, Jimmy Ryan, and Roomful of Blues.

Many phrases are bestowed upon Andrea Gillis and Marc Pinansky power couple, rock royalty – but despite their loud legacies with Andrea Gillis Band and Family Township, when they perform as DEVOTION they are loved as a nostalgia-tinged duo akin to Kenny & Dolly, Sonny & Cher, and a dash of Stiller & Meara. Drawing from their vast catalog of cherry-picked covers and originals, DEVOTION plays all your musical heart strings. Delivering with sweet harmonies, hilarious banter, and inescapable charm, their intimate sets feel timeless, classic, and never scripted. Fall in love with DEVOTION.


Tanya Donelly is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist based in New England. She came to prominence as a co-founder of the band Throwing Muses with her step-sister Kristin Hersh. Donelly went on to co-form the alternative rock band The Breeders alongside Kim Deal in 1989, before leaving to front her own band Belly in 1991. By the late 1990s, she settled into a solo recording career, working largely with musicians connected to the Boston music scene.

Donelly is best known for her Grammy-nominated work in the mid-1990s as lead vocalist and songwriter for Belly, when she scored a national radio and music television hit with her composition “Feed the Tree“. Belly recorded on Sire/Reprise Records and 4AD Records; Donelly’s solo works have been released on Warner Bros. Records and 4AD.

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