PARIS — Maine musicians will come together to perform Friday, Feb. 12, at a benefit for the Open Sky Fund, which provides musical instruments and lessons for children.

The fund was set up in memory of well-known local musician Evandle Lawton, who was a member of the Stoned Mountain Boyz and beloved friend to many.

At Cow Pasture Productions’ last event, an 8-year-old from Norway was given a handcrafted djembe drum.

Local musicians Paul and Ellen, aka Trailer Trash, will kick off the evening, followed by performances by Mystic Vibes, reggae; Lazzlo, roots/Americana; and Oogie James & the Satin Kings, funk. Also performing will be the Nevaeh Dance Company and 8-year-old dancer D-man.

Donated items will be auctioned and baked goods will be sold. All proceeds will go to the Open Sky Fund.

Any child is eligible. For an application, log on to www.cowpastureproductions.com and go to the Open Sky Fund link. Mail it to Open Sky Fund c/o CPP, PO Box 1074 Lewiston, ME 04243.

The concert will begin at 7 p.m. at the American Legion hall. Door will open at 6 p.m. Advance tickets are $10; e-mail [email protected] Tickets will also be available at the door. 


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