Their names are Joanne Birks and Michelle Marquis. They met in spring of 1970 while they were both singing here as solo acts, but later formed a duo called Two’s Company and toured all over the country together for six years afterwards. They remember that there was a carving station in the bar, and a 17-year-old busboy named Donny used to work the carving station. Donny sang and played guitar too, and actually played with both of them on occasion after their stint at the Hawthorne was over.
Joanne Birks was in the original Sound of Music production on Broadway, and Michelle Marquis was in a 1960’s all-female rock band called The Pandoras, which was based in Boston."