House, Haley perform free Concert May 29, ‘Together Again – Sort Of’

AUBURN — Concerts for a Cause will present Kathy Haley and Phil House in “Together Again – Sort of” on at 7 p.m. Friday, May 29. The show will stream live on Facebook from the First Universalist Church of Auburn.
Haley and House will make some beautiful music together, from six feet apart. The two will perform old and new favorites, who are celebrating 30 years of performing as a duo.
The free half-hour concert is open to all at the church’s Facebook page, by clicking here. Big thanks to Pam Weeks for producing the show “behind the scenes.”
When House and Haley join forces, they are a dynamic duo. Together they have been delighting audiences throughout Maine for the past 30 years, most notably at the Annual Summer Concert series at Poland Spring in All Souls Chapel, the Sawyer Memorial and other local venues.
House, long-time organist at the First Universalist Church in Auburn, has performed both near and far, from his home town of Bryant Pond, Maine, to Nashville, Tennessee, and even Vienna, Austria. He has recorded many CDs of his piano and organ music.
Danville homegirlHaley began performing early as a church organist, pianist and folk singer. For decades. she was one of the lead singers with the Top 40 dance band Good and Plenty and the vocal group The Girls of LA. Currently, she performs with My Mother’s Daughter. She is the accompanist for the Edward Little High School and Auburn Middle School choral groups. Haley’s main role is organist/choir director at the Court Street Baptist Church of Auburn.
Concerts for a Cause brings special concerts to the LA community at the Auburn UU church.The performers are donating the concert purely for enjoyment of their fans.
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