LEWISTON — Friday, May 29, singer-songwriter Brooke Brown Saracino of Massachusetts will perform at She Doesn’t Like Guthries. On Saturday, Frank Hopkins and the band Line of Force of Portland will play.
Since finishing college in 2005, Saracino has delved into the world of folk music. She has been honored in the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival Singer/Songwriter Showcase every year since 2005 and was selected to perform in this year’s Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist Showcase. She has opened for Lori Mckenna, Cheryl Wheeler, Anaias Mitchell and Chris Pureka.
After studying audio editing software manuals and experimenting with recording gear, she recorded, edited and produced her debut album, “Treading Water,” and is now celebrating her sophomore, solo-produced and recorded album, “Strangers Story.”
Hopkins will play songs from his newest album, “American Dream,” a fun, funky romp filled with odes to FOX news,
corruption, bad advertising, idiots, love, light, loss, redemption, survival
under a swift moving fascist regime and a call to shed the trappings of the
American dream.
Both shows start at 9 p.m.; there is no cover. Guthries is at 115 Middle St. For more information, call 376-3344 or visit myspace.com/guthriesplace.

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