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Rachael Ransom Album Release Celebration and Concert

July 26 @ 6:30 pm 8:00 pm PDT

Join us on July 26th for an unforgettable evening as Vancouver’s own Rachel Ransom debuts her album sixty seven ten!

Rachel’s original material channels the raw emotion and timeless sound of singer-songwriter legends like Carole King and Joan Armatrading, while adding her own fresh, heartfelt touch.

Rachael was recently interviewed by the Vancouver Sun about her album: “Sixty seven ten is actually my parents’ house number and reflects my origins and growing up, so in my mind, it is a coming-of-age album of sorts,” says Rachel.

Raised on the classics by Bob Dylan, Steely Dan, and Billy Joel, she brings that rich musical heritage to her own unique sound.

Don’t miss Rachel Ransom live in concert and witness her heartfelt coming-of-age music inspired by her origins.

Tickets are available by donation (Suggested donation $10).

Blusson Spinal Cord Centre

818 W 10th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 1M9 Canada
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