ilyAIMY will perform Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the Talbot County Senior Center in Easton.

EASTON — Carpe Diem Arts’ free lunchtime performance series at the Talbot County Senior Center at Brookletts Place will continue with a performance by ilyAIMY from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8.

Mixing genres from rock to folk to soul to bluegrass, with flavors as varied as jazz and hip hop, ilyAIMY was named the Washington Area Music Association’s Best Contemporary Folk Group. The group has won accolades from festivals, college campuses and concert presenters nationwide, including the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Falcon Ridge, and the Kerrville and Rocky Mountain Folk Festivals.

Heather Aubrey Lloyd, Kristen Jones and Rob Hinkal will perform as the ilyAIMY trio at Brookletts Place. The group features award-winning songwriting, male/female harmonies, intricate slap-style guitar work, ukulele, djembe and more.

The Carpe Diem Arts performance series at Brookletts Place is presented by Carpe Diem Arts in partnership with the Talbot County Senior Center at Brookletts Place.

The Brookletts concerts are made possible by the support of the Dock Street Foundation, Talbot County Arts Council with revenues provided by the Maryland State Arts Council and individual contributors to Carpe Diem Arts and Brookletts Place.

Lunch is available at noon with advance reservations. RSVP by calling Amanda Brown at 410-822-2869 or emailing abrown@upper

For more information,, email busygraham@car or call 301-466-0183.

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Future performances in the series include Geoff Kaufman on Nov. 12 and Linda Harris on Dec. 10.

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