THOMASTON — Watts Hall Community Arts is pleased to bring Maine guitarist, singer and songwriter Denny Breau to town for a solo concert 7 p.m. Friday, July 15, at Watts Hall, 174 Main St./Route 1.

Maine guitar slinger Denny Breau mixes genres — folk, Delta blues, country and jazz — with ease. The son of Maine country music royalty (Hal Lone Pine and Betty Cody), Breau began playing guitar at age 9 and was performing professionally by his early teens. A consummate picker, evocative songwriter and completely unpretentious singer, Breau has performed with many well-known artists; is a member of Turkey Hollow (now a duo); and plays with his own trio, as well as being an in-demand studio musician.

Tickets for this intimate evening with Lewiston’s Denny Breau are $10, available in advance online via the calendar at wattshallthomaston.com. Tickets also will be sold at the door, as available. The second-floor auditorium is air-conditioned and there is an ADA-compliant elevator, as well as a handicapped accessible restroom.

Watts Hall Community Arts is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit tasked by the Town of Thomaston, Maine, to manage and promote use of the second floor of the historic downtown building named for Samuel Watts, 19th-century sea captain, ship builder and town benefactor. For more information, email wattshallcommunityarts@gmail.com.