NEW GLOUCESTER – The Village Coffee House will feature Con Fullam and Maura Clarke, local artists with national reputations, Saturday, March 7. No stranger to the music, TV and movie business, Fullam has been a performer, producer, writer and publisher for more than 40 years. He has played with or opened for Asleep at the Wheel, Aztec Two Step and Joan Armatrading.

He will perform his own style of music, which includes a little folk, some blues, bluegrass and some R& B. He plays both six- and 12-string guitar.

Clarke, Fullam’s wife, is a singer/songwriter whose music can be heard on her CD, “Songs from Somewhere,” and on www.mauraclarke.com .

This event will be held in the newly renovated (although still a work in progress) vestry of New Gloucester First Congregational Church at Gloucester Hill and Church roads

The show will start at 7:30 pm. Tickets, available at the door, are $10 for adults, $5 for children and seniors. A pie and food auction will be held at intermission, with proceeds benefiting the church.

For more information, call Julie Fralich at 926-3161 or the church office at 926-3260; or log on to www.ngucc.org.


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