The Tune Weavers return after 42 years away from the Doo Wop scene. As many of you remember, The Tune Weavers were blessed with a hit recording of “Happy, Happy Birthday Baby” in 1957, which sold over two million copies, as well as hits like “Old Man River”.  The two remaining original members of The Tune Weavers, John Sylvia and Charlotte Davis Rose, have joined with Burt Pina and Alice Fernandes in the newly reformed group.  The Tune Weavers received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Doo Wop Hall of Fame of America in 2003.

The romantic Glynn House Inn – situated in the heart of New Hampshire’s spectacular White Mountains and Lakes Region – offers guests an exceptional experience. A full gluten free breakfast menu is always available. Bring your favorite four-footed canine pal on holiday too and reserve one of five pet friendly rooms. Venture away from the Inn and antiquing, art galleries, boating, fine dining, fishing, golf, hiking, historic sites, ‘tax free’ shopping and scenic drives along tranquil country roads. Visit the Glynn House website  for additional information about the Inn and local activities.