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Event Archive - Rachel Ries, , The Pandora Chorus, Eden Oliver

Wed. September 9th 2015 Copper Owl (No Minors)
2030 doors at 2000
$10 at the door only.
$10 / Doors 8, 8:30 showtime

RACHEL RIES crafts sly and compassionate songs for the crooked hearted. With a piano and electric guitar, clear voice and steady hand, Rachel pulls the listener into her world of city grit, country dirt, and her open-eyed search for redemption and reason. Her songs are fine-tuned delicacy with a snarl and her shows laced with disarming candor. Proudly carrying the torch of her love for the domestic arts (she is from South Dakota, after all), Rachel’s homemade preserves and hand stitched notebooks can often be found at shows, nestled amid the 180 gram vinyl, cds and t-shirts.

Rachel is currently promoting Ghost of a Gardener, her first record in five years which Uncut calls a "Gorgeous gush of warm-blooded harmonies" and Maverick UK states is a "technicolor treasure in word and melody."

GLENNA GARRAMONE is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Victoria, BC, Canada, equally at home as a solo artist and in collaboration with a wide range of performers. With a style somewhere between Keith Jarrett and Joni Mitchell, Glenna Garramone's songwriting earned her Grand prize in the Artswells Songwriting Contest in 2010. Inspired by the geography, inhabitants, and spirit of the places she has lived, from Nunavut to Hawaii, Glenna Garramone crafts "raw, emotional, and utterly captivating" songs (John Threlfall, Monday Magazine), using anything from piano, to guitar, to her tap shoes. When she's not traveling, Glenna resides in Victoria, where she facilitates a non-auditioned indie-pop-rock choir, The Pandora Chorus


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