2018-05-18 / Community News

Sound and vision



Trey Wright, above left, and James Kacer, right, of Scarborough High School, bookend The Wanderers, which also includes Nick Brown-Eaton of Freeport High School on drums, Madelyn Perry, of Freeport High School on guitar/vocals and Amy Pollack of Mt. Ararat High School on bass/vocals. Wright won best keyboardist of the day and said his goal is to play music and make people happy. Kacer said he was happy with the band’s performance and saw a good reaction from the crowd. Kacer and Wright said their influences include everything from reggae and funk to Led Zeppelin and Beastie Boys. “We want to make it big,” Kacer said. “We’re along for the ride and we’ll see where it goes.” The Wanderers are on Instagram as “thewanderersmusic” and Facebook as “TheWanderers90.” (Grant McPherson Trey Wright, above left, and James Kacer, right, of Scarborough High School, bookend The Wanderers, which also includes Nick Brown-Eaton of Freeport High School on drums, Madelyn Perry, of Freeport High School on guitar/vocals and Amy Pollack of Mt. Ararat High School on bass/vocals. Wright won best keyboardist of the day and said his goal is to play music and make people happy. Kacer said he was happy with the band’s performance and saw a good reaction from the crowd. Kacer and Wright said their influences include everything from reggae and funk to Led Zeppelin and Beastie Boys. “We want to make it big,” Kacer said. “We’re along for the ride and we’ll see where it goes.” The Wanderers are on Instagram as “thewanderersmusic” and Facebook as “TheWanderers90.” (Grant McPherson

Nick Anderson, right, of Scarborough High School opens the 2018 MAMM SLAM with the band Haven. From left, fellow bandmates include Genevieve Curtis of Falmouth High School, Keiran Lorentzen of Yarmouth High School and Phoebe Howland of Portland High School. Anderson said Haven practices typically once or twice a week at the Maine Academy of Music or at his house. He said his band has an easy atmosphere together and bond through playing and listening to the same music. Haven can be found on Facebook and Instagram as “havenbandmusic.” (Grant McPherson photo) Nick Anderson, right, of Scarborough High School opens the 2018 MAMM SLAM with the band Haven. From left, fellow bandmates include Genevieve Curtis of Falmouth High School, Keiran Lorentzen of Yarmouth High School and Phoebe Howland of Portland High School. Anderson said Haven practices typically once or twice a week at the Maine Academy of Music or at his house. He said his band has an easy atmosphere together and bond through playing and listening to the same music. Haven can be found on Facebook and Instagram as “havenbandmusic.” (Grant McPherson photo)

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