9/28: Love songs of the 1950s to the present at The Lincoln Home
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A live performance of decades of love songs, featuring Maryann Jacks with Matthew Mainster on the piano, will be held at The Lincoln Home September 28 at 2:00pm. New to performing in the local area, Maryann, a Rockland resident, spent many years as a Family Physician. As a child she began singing in a local church choir, and by age 12 was teaching herself guitar. As a teenager, she began writing songs, performed at local teen art festivals, sang in school choirs, and played lead guitarist in her high school dance band. As a member of the Cedar Crest College Women’s Choir, she sang on a European concert tour, where she had the opportunity to join with a number of European choirs. In 2002, she wrote and recorded a CD entitled “America’s Heart Beats There”, written for the 21 families of her home town in Middletown, NJ who had lost loved ones in the tragedy of September 11 th , 2001. After moving to Maine in 2015, she has continued her love of music by joining the Midcoast Community Chorus, a non-profit,multigenerational chorus. She has been a member of the Camden Library Songwriters’ Group, and has performed at their annual Songwriters’ Coffeehouse.
The Lincoln Home is located at 22 River Road, Newcastle. This event is free and open to the public.
Thu, 09/28/2017 - 2:00pm