RUMFORD  — On Saturday, July 30, from noon to 5 p.m. the public is invited to 49 Franklin for an afternoon of classic rock and country music known as Summer Music Fest. 

Maine guitar legend Denny Breau will the event at noon. At 12:45 p.m. will be local favorite Barry Wood, 1:30 features Terry Moore and Bill Scott, 2:00  Kevin Libby and Bob Hodgkins take the stage and at 2:30 Gutzy Right, featuring Bruce Cornelio and AJ Gaudette, performs. At 3 p.m., house band Frank Coffin and Malinda Liberty, recently inducted into the Maine Country Music Hall of Fame, will be performing with Tony, Jen and Tricia Belskis, along with Nick Knowlton and Mollie G., Roger Renaud on sax and Freddie “the Hut” Madore on drums. Also, special guests are Dan-O McDonald, and Troy “The God of Thunder” Provencher from local favorite Monsta will join in.

Musician Tony Belskis, formerly of Rumford,  lives in Lakeland, Fla., performing with his wife, Jen, and daughter, Tricia, for cruises, parties, clubs, and events. The Belskis family  also has performed throughout Maine.

Admission is $15 per person. Tickets are available locally at Bartash’s and All That Jazz on Congress Street  or online at

 The doors open at 11 a.m. for general seating.

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