The Camden Library Coffeehouse will host two of the area’s favorite musicians, Will Brown and Cindy Kallet, Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. Admission to the performance is $10, at the door only.

Brown has played in the coastal Maine area with many other popular musical folks for the past 35 years, and is known for his finger style guitar accompaniments, great harmonies and arrangements of songs new and old. He is a member of the folk trio Meteora, but also has been playing a few solo concerts lately. Brown will perform about half of the evening, offering solo folk songs “with a little peppering of recitation,” he said.

Brown will be joined for a number of songs by his Indiana-to-Maine commuting buddy, Kallet, and they will sing a number of songs they have worked on together over the years. Kallet is known for her years in Midcoast Maine as a songwriter, singer and guitarist. She has taught and performed extensively throughout North America in coffeehouses, concert halls, house concerts and music camps. She is renowned for her performances, as will as her extensive recordings.

The combined talents, voices and performing experience of Brown and Kallet should create a delightful performance: “An enjoyable evening awaits you,” promised Brown. The Library Coffeehouse continues on first Thursdays with Lou and Peter Berryman on Nov. 3.

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