LISBON – St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church will offer a free vintage country western and praise music concert featuring Sequel at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17.

Sequel is made up of Allan and Leeanne Hewey, former firefighter EMT and paramedics who met in the back of an ambulance during an emergency call. Today, they perform and compose music, and own Chief Lee Signs and Trinity Media Works. Since 2002, Sequel has performed throughout mid-coast and southern Maine and the Lewiston/Auburn area.

“Many trials in life have helped us to write our songs inspired by our Father in heaven, from raising teenagers to losing jobs, to losing loved ones. God has a plan and we are on the journey to see where He is taking us,” said Leeanne Hewey.

Allan grew up in his father’s country western band, The Hewey Bros., which performed in central Maine in the ’60s and ’70s. Leeanne sang in the church since she was 12 years old and in high school in Maine’s All State Chorus.

The evening concert is open to all ages, and St. Matthew’s parishioners will provide free desserts at both concerts. Audiences may give a loving donation.

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church is on the hill off Route 196.


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