May 18, 2018

Denny Breau and Bruce Marshall to headline benefit concert for Loon Echo Land Trust

Enjoy the soulful harmonies of Denny Breau and Bruce Marshall as they support Loon Echo Land Trust’s local conservation efforts with a benefit concert at the Hayloft at Dragonfly Barn at 95 Sanborns Grove Road in Bridgton on Sunday, May 20th

A tireless performer, Bruce Marshall is armed with great originals, an expressive, soulful voice and a
commanding guitar style, both on electric acoustic and steel Dobro. He’s earned a reputation as one of New England’s best.

Denny Breau is a triple treat: a consummate picker, evocative songwriter, and a singer with a voice that is warm and inviting but completely unpretentious, much like the singer himself. 

The Hayloft’s renovated space, nestled on the beautiful historic Ingalls Farm, evokes a feeling of times gone by; this is a musical event not to be missed. is limited with tickets for $15 in advance at or $20 at the door. Seats can also be reserved by calling the Dragonfly at 207-749-6160 or emailing

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show will begin at 7:30 p.m. A portion of proceeds from Marshall's CD
sales and 20 percent of Padruig Designs jewelry sales, the evening of the show, will be donated to Loon Echo and their conservation and stewardship efforts.

Loon Echo protects nearly 6,700 acres of land and manages 31 miles of multi-use trails in the northern Sebago Lake Region. Its mission is to work with the local residents to conserve the region’s natural resources and character for current and future generations. Loon Echo serves seven towns including Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Raymond and Sebago, with an area of 320 square miles located directly north of Sebago Lake.  
Loon Echo works within its service area to safeguard water quality, preserve scenic gems such as Bald Pate Mountain, and provide outreach and fun educational programs to the public.  Loon Echo
assists landowners to take steps to ensure future generations will benefit from the preservation of their lands.  Member support is what enables Loon Echo to carry out their mission and provides funding for their land conservation and stewardship endeavors. 

For more information about upcoming events or ways you can support Loon Echo Land Trust, go to their website or call 207-647-4352.

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