Marjorie Senet & The Broken-Home Boys
Original heart-breaking honky tonk, American roots and classic country twang from the NH Seacoast. Classic country twang, straight up, with a twist of heartache— Marjorie Senet and the Broken-Home Boys will take you on an emotional journey of love and loss. Raised on music blasting from a Seeburg jukebox, Marjorie’s influences in vocal style range from Etta James and Brenda Lee to George Jones and Loretta Lynn.
“Her down-home voice and sweet songs of heartbreak might as well have come straight from the Ryman Auditorium days of the Grand Ole Opry.” Said Scott Heron of Folk New Hampshire.
Her second full length album Break the Habit was released July 24, 2022.
Formerly of The Trashpickers, and The Mosquitos, Senet released her first solo album, Suitcases and Trashbags, in September 2019, taking the number two spot on Folk New Hampshire’s “Top 10 Albums of 2019.” Music writer Chris Hislop of Seacoast Online named Suitcases and Trashbags one of “2019’s 25 best albums from the Seacoast music scene”.
“It’s hard to find music from another era sound so fresh in contemporary times. Senet nails it. Sad subject matter makes for the finest of songs.”
8/18/2020 – A musical tribute to the Women of Classic Country – Manchester Inklink
7/05/2020 – NH Chronicle WMUR interview/ “How Lonesome Feels” – WMUR-TV
1/8/2020 – How Lonesome Feels – Folk New Hampshire
12/27/2019 – 2019′s 25 best albums from the Seacoast music scene – Seacoast Online
9/21/2019 – Marjorie Senet celebrates solo debut album Sept. 21 in Newmarket – Seacoast Online
5/24/2018 – Five Spot: Marjorie Senet – Foster’s