Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Picott embraces his craggy vocal approach on ‘Hang Your Hopes on a Crooked Nail.’
The maestro’s daughter will join the PSO for two concerts.
Commissioned by the Maine Humanities Council, the one-man 30-minute play will be performed by request.
The funny and touching play opens this week at St. Lawrence Arts in Portland.
The Kennebunk pub consistently serves tasty food and good beer, and its riverside setting is a big bonus.
Expertise and cutting-edge technology draw award-winning writers of songs and stories to Bangor for audio or visual treatment of their work.
Julie Civiello, who spent five years in LA waiting for the break, hopes her character will have a recurring role in the series.
His musical colleagues in Portland music scene value his versatility.
His ‘In the Light’ art show opens Friday at Whitney Gallery in Wells.
The band will open for Avett Brothers in Portland.