Kindred Hearts sing in Waldoboro

Apr 17, 2017
Kindred Hearts features, from left, Brian Woodbury, Kevin Lasselle, Diane Briggs and Amy Dillon.

Waldoboro — Most of the snow is gone and daffodils are popping up, so everyone is invited to spring out of the house and join the Waldoboro Word of Life Church for a gospel concert with Kindred Hearts Saturday, April 22. The 7 p.m. concert will be preceded by a 5:30 p.m. potluck supper at the church, 41 Old Route 1.

Kindred Hearts features three siblings — Brian Woodbury, Amy Woodbury Dillon and Diane Woodbury Briggs — and their cousin, who is more like a brother, Kevin Lasselle. The group began its journey in 1995 and through the years has gone through many changes. There have been times when the group has not traveled, but the singers are led back to this ministry time after time.

Having grown up in church, their music has been influenced by many gospel genres, but their family blend of harmonies is rooted in traditional Southern Gospel. Their style encompasses a mix of great Southern Gospel classics, traditional and contemporary worship, along with original compositions that minister to young and old alike. Their recent project features mostly songs written by group members.

Kindred Heart’s concert mix included keyboard, bass guitar and acoustic guitar, allowing the group to do a wide variety of concert formats. The family group’s mission is a simple one: to spread the Gospel message through song and word of testimony.

Attendees are encouraged to bring some food to share at the potluck and enjoy an evening of great food, fellowship and music with a message. For more information, call 446-3288.

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

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