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Austin at King George

A CONCERT SERIES at the King George Hotel in Cumberland begins this Saturday with Helen Austin and daughter Daisy. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
A CONCERT SERIES at the King George Hotel in Cumberland begins this Saturday with Helen Austin and daughter Daisy.
— image credit: PHOTO SUBMITTED

This Saturday, multi-award winning singer-songwriter Helen

Austin will play tunes in Cumberland in the first of a concert

series at the King George Hotel.

Helen will be accompanied by her multi-instrumentalist daughter, Daisy, and they will play all-original tunes from her many albums including her soon-to-be-released album You Knew Me, which she recorded in L.A. last year.

She will also play some brand new tunes from her new challenge

Silly & Serious where she is writing and recording two new songs a

week and posting some of them on her music Facebook page at

www.facebook.com/helenaustinmusic.

Music starts at the King George at 7 p.m. For more information,  e-mail helen@helenaustin.com.

— Helen Austin

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