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Americana, Folk, and Gospel
Songs of Life, Love, and Faith

listen to their 2020 album release, Sweet Surrender, on

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1975 to Now

Don and Judy Mayberry’s musical careers started in Western Maine during their high school and college days, and from there, never stopped. The soundtrack of social movement and musical innovation through the 60s and 70s inspired The Mayberrys to set out on the path they have been on ever since. Their passion took them to the Chicago folk scene, on the road across the mid-west and back home to the Northeast. Upon returning to the Oxford Hills area and starting a family, Don entered the ministry, and Judy pursued art. Together, they continued to use music to express themselves, their faith, and social concerns, as a powerful tool to enrich their community. Over nearly forty years of music and marriage, The Mayberrys have honed their musical partnership to create what they like to call life songs; music and lyrics that express life’s hardships and joys. Their songs never preach, but speak their truth, following in the footsteps of forebearers like Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie, who once said, “My religion is so big, no matter who you are, you're in it, and no matter what you do, you can't get out of it." Musicians like Bob Dylan, The Everly Brothers, and John Prine still influence their sound, but The Mayberrys original songs, harmonies, and perspective make their music uniquely their own.



Don and Judy lead workshops and retreats that encourage hope through story and song. From churches to coffeehouses, The Mayberrys music naturally speaks to faith, social justice, grace, and compassion, telling the story from a nuanced spiritual perspective. They have led worship on Sunday mornings at many churches, conducted weekend Lenten Retreat, taken part in the community of Empire Grove Methodist camp, and brought music to the Turning of the Tide ovarian cancer retreat, a New England-wide support group.


Contact The Mayberrys to see if they might fit your event.


The Mayberrys performing at Mountain top Music in Conway, New Hampshire with percussionist Rusty Wiltjer


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Contact The Mayberrys to talk about performing at your event.


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