Guitarist and folk singer Jonathan Edwards, whose 1971 crossover hit single “Sunshine” became a protest anthem for the baby boom generation, will perform Thursday, March 6, at the Franco-American Heritage Center in Lewiston. Joining Edwards on stage will be Armerding Taylor on mandolin and Stuart Schulman on piano and fiddle. “We’ll play a mix of what people know me for,” said Edwards. “We’ll have new stuff and whatever stuff people ask for. It’s all about bringing joy.” The concert, an L/A Arts event, will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $23, $19 for students and seniors. They are available online at, or by calling 782-7228. The Franco center is at 46 Cedar St.

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