CAMDEN — The Push Farther Project brings their signature sound and collaborative songwriting to the Camden Public Library’s Amphitheatre on Friday, August 9, at 7 p.m. Cello, percussion, and acoustic guitar accompany a trio of voices, as bandmates Nora Willauer, Will Foote, and Alex Wilder recount stories of their own lives and the lives of others in song.
Folk, blues, and classical influences meld to create musical portraits that are exciting, poignant, rhythmic, and thought-provoking, according to the Library, in a news release.
“Each song is compelling and unique, bringing life to stories that many people can relate to,” said Push Farther fan Jason Brooks, in the release.
Born and raised in Midcoast Maine, Willauer, Foote, and Wilder began making music together as the Push Farther Project in 2015. They have since toured throughout Maine, performed and written in Barcelona, Spain, and conducted live songwriting sessions in front of audiences across the northeastern United States. Listeners can find their debut album, Did She Change, as well as two subsequent EPs and two singles, online for streaming or download.
The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.librarycamden.org.