ward-winning singer-songwriter Red Grammer, who appeals to adults and children alike, will perform Saturday, March 6, at The Chocolate Church Arts Center in Bath. The show will begin at 2 p.m.

Grammer and his wife, Kathy, began collaborating on children’s music while Grammer was lead vocalist for the legendary folk group The Limeliters. They released their first album, “Can You Sound Just Like Me?”, in 1983, followed by “Teaching Peace” in 1986. It was heralded for its ability to address such topics as acceptance of diversity, self-esteem and cooperation- all with humor.

Grammer has appeared in major performing arts centers and children’s festivals, as well as local theaters and schools, across the United States and Canada.

Together, Red and Kathy Grammer have a unique talent for conveying messages of hope and giving voice to children’s feelings – entertaining, inspiring and educating with every beat, according to a spokesman for the arts center.

Tickets are $6 for children, $12 for members and seniors, and $14 for the general public in advance. They may be obtained by calling the arts center at 442-8455.


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