The Sandy River Ramblers, a Maine bluegrass, band will perform at the Leeds Historical Society’s fall fundraiser set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Leeds Community Church, 123 Church Hill Road in Leeds.

The band has a large repertoire of songs specifically about Maine. Many of the songs played are written by musician Stan Keach. Keach is the band’s front man, co-lead singer, and guitarist and has written songs for many nationally-known bluegrass bands, though he says his first love is writing songs about Maine.

Band members include Keach, Bud Godsoe playing banjo, Dan Simons on the mandolin, Finn Woodruff playing the fiddle, Dana Reynolds, percussionist, and Julie Davenport setting the beat on upright bass. Keach, Reynolds and Davenport are the featured vocalists.

Admission will cost $10 at the door and is free for children younger than 12 with an adult.

Proceeds will be used for the ongoing renovation of the Leeds History Center and the preservation of the Historical Society’s collection.

Dessert will be available at intermission.

For More Information, call Eileen Coyne at 524-5935.

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