WAYNE — The musical duo Bob Simons and Renee Goodwin will be in concert at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Cary Memorial Library.

Simons and Goodwin have known each other for more than 40 years, meeting when they were both involved in the great folk music scene of the ’60s. They embraced the acoustic music and the intimacy of the coffeehouses where they, individually, performed both traditional and contemporary forms of the folk idiom.

Over the years, their tastes broadened to include all types of acoustic or Americana styles of music, but with the folk roots always showing through.They have delighted audiences in pubs, coffeehouses, outdoor and indoor concert settings, as well as private parties.

Simons and Goodwin cover all forms of Americana music, including soft rock, country, blues, pop standards and, of course, both traditional and contemporary folk. A Simons and Goodwin performance is always unpredictable in terms of the set list, always keeping the audience on its toes and anticipating the next song. The predictable part of each performance is the tightness that comes from years of friendship and beautiful, intricate harmonies.

Cary Memorial Library is located at 17 Old Winthrop Road just off Route 133 in downtown Wayne. For inquiries, call 207-685-3612. All are invited to the free event.

Should a weather cancellation be necessary, check the library’s website: www.cary-memorial.lib.me.us/.

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