Three days of live music featuring some local favorites
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Kevin Parry
Kevin Parry
GUILFORD- The Guilford Fair features three days of live music. On Saturday, September 2, from 1 to 3 pm, there is a pre-fair concert featuring Kevin Parry playing “New and Used Blues.” Parry uses acoustic, electric, and resonator guitars to compliment his singing and harmonica playing.

On Sunday, September 3, at 10 am, The Lonesome Brothers, featuring Ray Mason, Jim Armenti, and Keith Levreault, play their original music style that they call hick rock. At 12:30 pm, there will be rockin’ barbecue music with Trailer Park featuring Tom Mahnken on bass, James Robinson on guitar, Joe Fitzpatrick on drums, and Greg Lauzon and Rick Page on saxophones. At 3 pm, Lisa Brande and Mark Trichka present their Cajun-zydeco project East Street Bayou, including Jeff Potter and Bee Dee Williams as the rhythm section.

On Monday, September 4, at 10 am, The Brattlyn Brothers play rock, rhythm, and blues favorites with Parry and Joe Santry on guitars, Ken Storey on bass, Richie Mayer on drums, and Scott Sizer on trumpet and harmonica. At 12:30 pm, Paula Bradley and Bill Dillof, known as Moonshine Holler, play old time Appalachian music on fiddle, banjo, guitar, and harmonica. At 3 pm, Guilford resident Patty Carpenter brings her Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band to the stage, including her daughter Melissa Shetler on vocals, Scott Shetler on saxophone, Travis Light on bass, Paul Sullivan on guitar, and Lou Trombley on drums.

Music at the Guilford Fair is produced by Parry.
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