On Friday, April 5, the annual Songwriters Share Concert Series will continue with Fred Raimondo who will be playing in support of The Retreat.

Founded by Nancy Remkus, the spring concert series brings together local talent who each have chosen a local non-profit that proceeds from their show will benefit. Raimondo’s performance will take place at Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse of the South Fork in Bridgehampton at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.

“Songwriter Fred Raimondo has a passion for storytelling,” shared Remkus. “His songs are visual and have a narrative style.” His deeply personal lyrics easily resonate with listeners. “Singer/songwriter Fred Raimondo will pull at your heart strings,” added Loretta K. Davis, Executive Director of The Retreat. “He writes his own lyrics that are emotional, personal and so real and sings and plays with so much feeling.”

Fred Raimondo at Stephen Talkhouse

“Please come out and support local original music that helps to benefit our community,” added Raimondo. “All proceeds from the show and CD sales go to The Retreat.”

The Southampton-based musician has performed at festivals, clubs and universities throughout the Northeast and has shared the stage with Taj Mahal, Jorma Kaukonen, Donovan, The Marshal Tucker Band, Maria Muldar, the late Rick Danko and Joe Ely.

Following the performance, guests are invited to a complimentary reception where they can chat with the featured musicians.