BATH —  Brothers Chuck and Steve Romanoff as Schooner Fare are an integral part of the Chocolate Church Arts Center’s four-decade history. On Saturday, June 3, the duo returns to the Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St.

Schooner Fare performs lively concerts to folks of all ages, singing such signature original songs as “Portland Town,” “Day of the Clipper,” “We the People,” and “Scuttlebutt” with high spirits and a unique brand of Maine’s Down East humor. 

Schooner Fare has won unanimous critical praise over their 40 years for captivating harmonies and winning stage presence. Their 15 albums include traditional songs of North America, Ireland and Britain. Numerous original songs on both contemporary and traditional themes, as well as topical songs, country ballads, and maritime masterpieces have made their name synonymous with the “Down East” style. 

Consummate entertainers, Schooner Fare’s energetic concerts are laced with a Maine brand of universal humor. Chuck and Steve combine their talents on six-string guitar, twelve-string guitar and banjo to craft their distinctive vocal and instrumental arrangements.

 Local and regional press reviews include:

“Be prepared to adore this versatile, dynamic group” -The Boston Globe

“Schooner Fare is the most prominent fixture in the new folk firmament.” – The Washington Times

Tickets are $22 advance, $25 door and available or by calling the box office 207-442-8455. The show begins at 7:30pm.

Chuck and Steve Romanoff are Schooner Fare.

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