Seabold Second Saturdays will present — by popular demand — a return peformance from The Drunken Maidens. (Photo courtesy of The Drunken Maidens)

Seabold Second Saturdays will present — by popular demand — a return peformance from The Drunken Maidens. (Photo courtesy of The Drunken Maidens)

The Drunken Maidens to sing again on Bainbridge

  • Friday, August 9, 2019 9:51am
  • Life

Seabold Second Saturday welcomes back The Drunken Maidens for its Aug. 10 show at Seabold Hall.

The five maidens — Lori Bellamy, Liz Savage, Helen Gilbert, Elaine Bradtke and Cat Fox — will give a performance packed of traditional folk songs from British, American and maritime music.

Known for their vocal artistry and tight harmonies, the group is returning to Bainbridge by popular demand, according to the Motley Seabold Crew.

Seabold Second Saturday’s acoustic open mic night is held the second Saturday of each month at Seabold Community Club, 14451 Komedal Road.

Sign-up for the open mic is from 7 to 7:25, and the show starts at 7:30. p.m. The featured performers will come on immediately after the open stage players.

The suggested donation is $8, but no one will be turned away.

Performers donation optional; children under 12 are admitted free.

For details on The Drunken Maidens, go to their website at www.thedrunkenmaidens.com.

For more information on Seabold Second Saturday, visit http://sites.google.com/site/seaboldmusic/.

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