GARDINER — Carol Noonan and Rose Cousins will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 18, at Johnson Hall.

Maine singer songwriter Noonan continues to win the praise of critics year after year. She owns and operates the Stone Mountain Arts Center in Browfield.

Originally from Prince Edward Island, Canadian singer-songwriter Rose Cousins lives in Halifax. She has released three albums “We Have Made A Spark” (2012), “The Send Off” (2009) produced by Luke Doucet, and “If You Were For Me” (2006) produced by CBC in Halifax, as well as singles and recordings in collaboration with artists across Canada, the US, Ireland, Australia and beyond, according to a Johnson Hall news release.

She has garnered many awards including the JUNO for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, two Canadian Folk Music Awards for Best Contemporary Singer, six East Coast Music Awards, three Nova Scotia Music Awards, three PEI Music Awards, and a Polaris Prize long list nomination.

All seats cost $28 and are available at or call Johnson Hall at 582-7144 between noon and 3 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and Friday.

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