Canadian folk-grass duo to play at museum

Posted Oct. 10, 2011, at 5:51 p.m.

OWLS HEAD — The award-winning Canadian folk-grass duo The Laws, hosted by the Owls Head Transportation Museum, will perform at the museum’s free community concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at the museum.

The concert follows the release of The Laws’ sixth CD, “Try Love,” a melodic collection of country-folk music with bluegrass hints. John and Michele Law have 10 years and 1 million miles on the road as a couple, performing at venues across the United States, Canada and Australia.

Earning many great reviews for their original music, the Laws have gained praise for their culinary talents, too. Developing delicious dishes on the road is quite a feat, and the result of their impromptu kitchen prowess is their cookbook, “The Laws: Live and Cookin’,” available at http://www.thelaws.ca.

The Laws have agreed to do a mini cooking show (with music) while they’re in Owls Head. Lincoln County cable viewers may see the Laws in action before the concert by watching local cable television station LCTV’s “Whazzup” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14. Michele, with John’s help, will make lobster ravioli on the show. Anyone can catch the show online later, as LCTV posts “Whazzup” shows at http://www.LCTV.org.

To reserve seats, visit http://www.owlshead.org.

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