AUBURN — A family concert with Miss Nancy will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday April 7, in the Auburn Public Library’s Maggie Trafton Room. Kids of all ages will enjoy the sing-along that is part of every Nancy Stewart Show.

Stewart is a national award-winning musician who has been writing and performing for young children and their families for 20 years. This followed a successful 15-year career as lead guitarist and vocalist with a nationally known show band.

Featuring original and traditional songs, Stewart’s nine CDs for children can be heard in schools, homes and libraries. She provides music workshops for teachers, parents and librarians.

She has shared the stage with Burl Ives, Shirley Jones and Lily Tomlin at concerts and nightclubs across the United States and Canada. As lead guitarist and vocalist, she performed with Randy Sparks and the Back Porch Majority beginning in 1971, and recorded several albums in Nashville and Los Angeles, the Disney movie theme, “The Apple Dumpling Gang,” and radio and TV commercials.

Miss Nancy’s appearance is courtesy of the Annual Literacy Connections Conference, which is sponsored by the Barbara Bush Foundation.

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