Music for Mavis Tuesdays at the Gazebo will feature Mike Preston and Kim Curry, a country duo, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 8, at the Turner Public Library on Matthew’s Way in Turner.

Curry is a talented singer, vocally fronting The Nashville Express band for 10 years every Friday and Saturday night at Country Crossroads in Standish. She wrote and recorded a song and also won female vocalist for the state of Maine as well as entertainer in the 70s and 80s and recorded in Nashville in 2016.

Preston is a talented country singer and guitarist, brought up in Limington, and has spent 27 years devoted to music. Groomed by many famed musicians from Maine, he quickly gained success on the local level, opening shows for The Charlie Daniels Band, George Jones, Ricky Van Shelton and a list of other performers. He released several recordings as well as garnished many regional awards throughout the his career, 10 years of which he lived and performed in Nashville, Tennessee.

In 2014 Preston and Curry joined up in a local band, and in 2017 started a duo with Preston playing acoustic and Curry playing bass. Together they bring decades of music variety covering new country, traditional country, rock, and blues, sharing their vocal talent individually as well as sweet blended harmonies and duets.

Bring a chair, bring a blanket, bring an umbrella, bring a friend.

The hat will be passed to pay the musicians, suggested donation is $5-$10.

For more information, call 207-754-0954.