Don Marovich - The Limeliters
In 2013, Don Marovich joined The Limeliters when he replaced Mack Bailey. .
Tenor Don C Marovich is a journeyman musician who has played professionally since 1975. A native Hoosier, Don’s early roots were in barbershop quartet and he placed 2nd & 3rd in consecutive years in national competition. He went on to lead several popular music groups as well as a very active solo career with 10s of thousands of hours in front of diverse audiences and Don is still active in that realm now. In the 80s, Don, as a band leader, was the subject of a one hour music special that aired in 36 states on ABC television.
Besides being a singer /songwriter, he also plays guitar, banjo and mandolin. Music runs in his blood and he is most at home any time his guitar is in his hands and the mic is live.
He brings his considerable skill and experience to the Limeliters with great enthusiasm.
On 11 January 2019, Don Marovich announced that he was leaving The Limeliters in order to join The Kingston Trio. The remaining members commented, that they are "extremely happy for him and fully support his decision to pursue this opportunity."
After a successful stint as a member of The Kingston Trio from 2019, Don announced on 5 July 2022 that he was hanging up his Kingston Trio stripes in exchange for continuing a solo career. He commented that he was looking forward to "trading wearisome travel, airports, hotels, and rental cars for being home with my lovely bride and singing closer to home going forward. I've had a memory filled run singing The Kingston Trio & Limeliters songbooks and will cherish many memories... To be clear, resigning from the Kingston Trio does NOT mean the end of my musical career. I feel immensely blessed and look forward to the next musical chapter. I have three album projects that are unfinished, a solo career to continue, and who knows what else this old universe has in store. I remain passionate about singing and will always enjoy interacting with audiences. I don't plan to retire until the last nail goes in the lid."