Follow the LINK to register for this workshop hosted by LAMPS (Lubec Area Musician's Philanthropic Society) and the Lubec Community Outreach Center and sponsored by David Dean and Cobscook Bay Music. All proceeds to benefit LAMPS.
Jack Williams, besides being an outstanding guitarist, song writer, singer, and storyteller, has been performing for something like 60 years, As a hired-gun guitarist in the Deep South of the Civil Rights-Easy Rider 60's, Jack’s bands accompanied the likes of John Lee Hooker, Big Joe Turner, Jerry Butler, Hank Ballard, the Shirelles, and the Del-Vikings. He's played jazz, classical, blues, rock and of course, folk, and he can transition from one to the other in the blink of an eye. There's something for everyone at his concerts and even a non musician can benefit from his workshops - just learning something about the art of performing music.
LAMPS members registration $15, public $30. Join LAMPS ($5) and register for half-price!
Take Route 189 to Lubec. Just outside the central village, take South Lubec Road toward West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. You will go out South Lubec Road and continue past Crow Town Gallery for about a mile to the Y in the road where Boot Cove Road splits off to the right. There, you will bear left to stay on South Lubec Road toward the lighthouse. Continue on for another mile and you will see West Quoddy Station’s big LODGING sign on your left. Quoddy Hall is the first building on your left when you turn in. There is parking beside the building, across the driveway from the building, and in the rest of the complex. You are welcome to park anywhere you can find a convenient spot. Come in the door facing the road – it will be well lit to welcome you.