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Clements Brothers bring roots, rock and bluegrass to the Waldo

May 01, 2021
The Clements Brothers

Waldoboro — The Waldo Theatre continues its popular concert series streamed live in real-time from its historic stage with The Clements Brothers, Thursday, May 13, at 7 p.m.

The Clements are George and Charles Clements, identical twins from New England. They’ve been playing and writing music together for as long as they can remember and "The Clements Brothers" marks their first project together since playing in the internationally touring grass-roots band, The Lonely Heartstring Band.

With roots, rock, bluegrass, jazz and classical influences, George (on guitar) and Charles (on bass) aim to capture their singer-songwriter sensibilities in a unique blended voice, at once enthralling and intimate, groovy and serene. The core of the Clements Brothers is the fusion of their unique musical journeys into a music all its own, filled with vocal harmonies, instrumental virtuosity, and a genuine love of song.

The Waldo is not yet open to the public, so the performance will be captured in real-time by a technical “stream team” with the use of a new state-of-the-art, three-camera system. Recent virtual concerts from The Waldo have attracted audiences from close to 200 households and reached fans in more than 20 states.

As The Waldo prepares to reopen this summer with in-person events, it also plans to continue live-streaming shows to provide programming experiences for those not able to attend in person.

Ticket buyers can watch the event live, in real-time, via a YouTube link, and/or watch an archived recording later for up to one week. Tickets are $15 for one person or $20 for multiple viewers. A YouTube link will be sent to ticket-buyers on the day of the concert. Visit for information.


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