Harmony-laden folksters DYADO and William Joseph Jiordan will return to the Midcoast to perform original music Saturday, Aug. 20, at Oyster River Winegrowers, 929 Oyster River Road/Route 131.

The doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be available. Admission at the door is a sliding suggested donation of $5-$15.

DYADO and Jiordan revel in lilting folk styles that weave together old and new sounds from the Northeast and Appalachia. Their songs unearth mythic New England storytelling delivered with rich three-part harmonies and a string band.

DYADO’s three members — Emily Ramsey, Matt Lohan and Louisa Stanicoff — all have Midcoast family ties. Their new self-titled EP was recorded in Camden in last summer, when they set up a studio in the barn belonging to Stancioff's grandfather's on Spring Street. They spent that summer working in town and convened in the evenings to record. Lohan took the recordings back to college in Charleston, South Carolina and finished the work with a producer in New York. The end result is an artful debut album that spans the East coast in musicality and in spirit.

William Joseph Jiordan is the folksinger moniker of Bill Giordano whose upcoming album, due this winter, is a homage to the bluecollar mystics who work with the sea and land around Penobscot Bay. Until 2016, Giordano ran Valley of the Stars Farm in Brooksville and Tilth Works Farm in Rockport. He has performed in the Midcoast with Leap Dance Theater, the Terra Diddle Collective and the dance band the Living Daylight.

Jiordan and DYADO’s Warren performance is last concert of a summer tour that started in Ithaca, N.Y., and included multiple stops in Vermont and Massachusetts. The Oyster River concert is an all ages event. For more information, visit williamjosephjiordan.com and dyado.bandcamp.com.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.