Live music at area fair
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GUILFORD- The Guilford Fair kicks off on Saturday, September 1, with live music from 1 to 3 pm with the band American Pop. American Pop features Kevin Parry on guitar, George Adair on bass, and Richard Mayer on drums. Their song list includes radio hits from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s.

On Sunday, September 2, a full day of music starts at 10 am with the Residential Jazz Band directed by Pam Pellerin. At 11 am the Howling Kettles, featuring Sam Moss and Jackson Emmer, play old-time string band music with a modern twist. At 12:30 pm, Three Way Street presents its bluegrass, swing, and rock music show with Lisa Brande on fiddle and guitar, Mark Trickka on mandolin, and Kevin Parry on guitar. Electric Fence winds up the day with their acoustic, electric mix featuring Jonny Sheehan on bass, Jeremy Holch on drums, Howard Weiss-Tisman on guitar, and Steve Carmichael on guitar.

On Monday, September 3, a full day of music with Nate and Trevor Paine starts at 10 am with old-time fiddle music. Siblings Corki Demers and Ken Lively at play the best of acoustic classic rock at 11 am. The Stockwell Brothers take over at 12:30 pm to play their trademark bluegrass music, driven by brothers Bruce on Banjo, Barry on guitar and Al on mandolin and bass. Then the Brattlyn Brothers close out the fair with two sets starting at 3 pm. Although they are not really brothers, Brooklyn natives Joe Santry on guitar and Ken Storey on bass team up with drummer Richard Mayer and with this year’s Guilford Fair music producer Parry for some memorable classic rock ‘n’ roll.

For more information call (802) 257-7428 or visit www.kevinparrymusic.com.
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