Tool Town Live concludes series with Definite Maybes

  • The Definite Maybes will wrap up the 2018 Tool Town Live concert series on Saturday at Fish Park in Athol. Left to right are Doug McLeod, Charlie Mallet, Melanie Mangum and Connie Putnam. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

For the Athol Daily News
Thursday, September 13, 2018

ATHOL — The Tool Town Live 2018 concert series concludes Saturday, at Fish Park near 200 Union St., featuring area blues/classic rock band the Definite Maybes. The concert is from 7 to 9 p.m. and is free for all ages.

The Definite Maybes fashion a blend of rock, blues, R&B originals and classic covers. Driven by the soulful voice of Melanie Mangum and spirited guitar from Charlie Mallet, the band’s new CD, “Leaving The Station,” showcases original songs that cross musical boundaries and styles. The band also features Connie Putnam on bass and Doug McLeod on drums, both journeymen musicians of New England.

If there is a chance of rain in the forecast, the concert will be held in Memorial Hall at 584 Main St.. Refreshments, including hot dogs, popcorn, soft drinks, dessert bars and more will be on sale at the event.

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