DAMARISCOTTA — The lineup of food and music has been announced for the Paul Mellyn Jam Fest Benefit on Sunday, Oct. 2, Round Top Barn on Upper Main Street. Doors will open at noon, one hour before showtime at 1 p.m., to allow guests to settle in with a bite to eat before the music starts.
Food will be provided by local restaurants. Schooner Landing will provide the full cash bar. Coolers are not allowed at the event.
Musical acts scheduled are the Ben Shute Band, The Holy Mackerels, Old Grey Goose, Stevie Jones of the Boneheads, Katahdin Valley Boys, the Firewater Creek Band and Kevin Kimball from Blue Steel Express. Rounding out the afternoon will be a jam session featuring Denny Breau along with all of the musicians of the day.
Proceeds from the event will benefit local musician Paul Mellyn who needs surgery to repair nerve damage in his elbow. Admission is $10, at the door or in advance from Schooner Landing or the Newcastle Publick House.
For more information on the Jam Fest, contact Larry Sidelinger at 632-4878 or firstname.lastname@example.org.