AUBURN – Jagger Trouant will be the guest performer at the Teen Open Mic Friday, Feb. 20, at the Auburn Public Library.

A regular at the Teen Open Mics for the last year, Trouant lives in Gardiner and has been performing covers and his original music since he was a young child.

He will pass out copies of his most recent CD, “Pale as a Ghost,” which tells stories about teens Trouant knows. Some lyrics are hopeful, like “No, don’t say there’s never anything, ’cause you’re wrong, there’s always a light at the end, so hold on. I promise you’ll see stronger than any or all.”

Another of his stories is about a teen who can’t communicate with his dad.

All teens are welcome to play music, read poetry, tell jokes, etc. Listeners, including adults, are welcome.

Teen Open Mics will be held every third Friday from February through August, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Androscoggin Room. Teen Mikael Hekkinen will emcee. Refreshments will be served. A donation of canned food for the local shelter is always appreciated. For more information, contact Sally at [email protected] or call 333-6640, ext. 4.

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