RANGELEY — Pianist Jim Austin will bring his interpretive music to the Church of the Good Shepherd on Sunday, July 26, for the second concert of the Watermelon Music Series.

Austin’s musical experience includes 10 years on the classical piano before developing his unique and creative performance style. He has performed with such legendary greats as Toot, The Eagles, Moody Blues and Steppenwolf, and has scored music for television shows.

He likes to tell stories during his performances and will, no doubt, share how much his piano teacher, professor Arthur J. Beaded, influenced his growing interest in music as a young man.

Admission to the 6 p.m. concert is free; though donations are appreciated for music and outreach programs. A reception will follow the concert in the undercroft of the church located on Main Street.


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