CAMDEN — The Family Band, a group of three brothers who enjoy playing and singing together, will perform for the Trinity Coffee House at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 27, the first group in the spring series.
The Coffee House will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church at 98 Main St.
The group’s love of music came from their father and mother who encouraged them to participate as a family.
Charlie Ingersoll (vocals and Dobro) has performed in several groups. George Seymour (vocals and guitar) has written several gospel songs, and Rod Ingersoll (vocals and bass) also has written gospel songs and has performed for many years.
The Family Band performs gospel, country, and folk in a bluegrass/acoustic style with two and three part, brother-style harmony. They also perform originals, cover tunes, instrumentals and back-up their singing with live music.
The last program of the Spring Series at Trinity Community Coffee House will bring back the Moss Back Mule Band presenting a diverse selection of Americana, country blues, swing, Boogie Woogie and originals on May 18.
Attendees are asked to enter through the Church’s main entrance. The church is handicapped accessible, through the Parish Hall, from the rear of the church parking lot.
For those who find it necessary, a lift will provide means of accessing the Coffee House, on the main level.
There is no fee, no dress code, or congregational affiliations required in order to attend. Homemade desserts and beverages are shared also at no charge in the Paris Hall during intermission. An offering may be placed in various baskets throughout the church. All donations go directly to the performers.