Meteora, the eclectic folk trio of Kat Logan, Jim Loney and Will Brown, will
give a concert at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 37 Miller St.,
in Belfast on Saturday evening, June 8th, at 7 PM.
Meteora leaves few musical stones unturned. Their repertoire spans world folk, traditional, ballads, original songs, 40’s and 50’s pop, Delta blues, Cubano, Slavic and a cappella arrangements. Their signatures are tight three part harmonies and a wide range of instrumentations.
Kat Logan and Jim Loney are a singer-songwriter couple from Friendship,
Maine. Kat has a crystal clear, inviting voice and plays piano, accordion, banjo and guitar. She has performed folk, country and blues music throughout New England for the past 20 years.
Jim is also a singer-songwriter and has performed Delta Blues and
R & B for many years. Jim was also attracted to Cuban Son music and played with the band, Primo Cubano. He plays guitar, banjo and percussion.
Will Brown is from Lincolnville and plays guitar, laud, banjo, frame drum percussion, and does occasional sprints on the cornet . He has recorded with Gordon Bok, Cindy Kallet, Grey Larsen, and Anne Dodson during the past 30 years. Kat has also recorded with Gordon Bok and both Will and Kat recorded songs on the 2009 Grammy Nominated Folk Album: “Singing Through The Hard Times – A Tribute to Utah Phillips.”
Reserved tickets are $10/Adults and $6 for Youngers/ Elders.
For info. call 789-5276 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tix. at the door will be $12 and $8. Refreshments will also be available.
The concert is at 7 PM.
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