BATH — Lauren Crosby will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 19, in the Curtis Room of the Chocolate Church Arts Center Annex, 804 Washington St.

The concert is the last in the winter concert series.

Crosby will be joined by GoldenOak.

Crosby, a Morse High School graduate, is a rising folk/blues songstress from Georgetown. Her unique voice captures the rawness of the oceanic setting in which she grew up in, and her songwriting exemplifies the beauty and hardships of coastal living.

Crosby has studied jazz and blues at the University of Memphis in Memphis, Tenn., under the wing of Joyce Cobb, legendary blues vocalist. While in the Memphis music scene, Crosby found herself making several connections and singing on lead vocals with a Grateful Dead/Holler Roots cover band around northern Mississippi and Memphis. 

From the foothills of western Maine comes GoldenOak, a folk group whose genre-blending tendencies have them steadily emerging as a musical force in New England. Named one of Maine’s “rising artists” by the Nova Design Group, they recently released their debut album, Pleasant St., and have performed throughout the greater New England area. Their songs range from familiar old-time tunes to new, intriguing originals, catering to the musical delights of music-lovers everywhere. 

Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10 and are available online at www.chocolatechurcharts.org or by calling the box office at 207-442-8455.


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