The largest delegation of Maine athletes ever sent out of state for the Special Olympics Games will depart on Saturday, June 14th from Portland. 60 athletes, youth leaders, Unified partners, and coaches, including basketball coach Brian Hamel, will be heading to the national games in New Jersey this weekend...
Presque Isle native Ellis Paul has lived an amazing life so far. He's played Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the list goes on. He's released critically acclaimed albums, worked with some amazing performers, and has won a myriad of awards. Now he's coming home to do the commencement address at the University and more.
If you're familiar at all with the annual 'Arootsakoostik Music Festival' that takes place at Thomas Park in New Sweden during the summer, then I'm sure you're a fan of Frank Hopkins. Frank is a mega-talented singer/songwriter/producer/engineer - the list goes on. Not only is he a genuinely good guy who gives of his time and expertise but he is a County native. Frank has lost his home and you can
I saw Adam Ezra performing solo and acoustic at KMH Music back in the Spring of this year. If that performance is any indication as to what his full band will sound like when they play a benefit at Presque Isle Middle School then that house will be rocking on Sunday, October 27th.
Wayne Haas and Keith Michaud of the band Abracadaver decided to kill two birds with one stone. They’re trying to get exposure for under-appreciated local talent and help a couple of worthy causes at the same time.
In an attempt to promote cross-border moose lovin’, a former diplomat has taken it upon himself to donate 316 hectares of land, located along the Novia Scotia-New Brunswick border, to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
The weather is finally warming up- ready for some tunes? Summer is a great time for music in The County. There's a mix of local acts, bands up from Southern Maine, and even some from out of state. Get out there and enjoy/support local music!