Feminist folk artist Lark to play Studio Live in Cumberland

“Reigning queen of feminist folk and sex-positive musical social commentary”

Cumberland welcomes San Francisco’s one-and-only Rachel Lark – the reigning queen of feminist folk and sex-positive musical social commentary – Live at the Abbey Studio, Saturday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m.

Rachel Lark is a singer/songwriter who sings about sex, drugs, heartbreak, and messy apartments… and the things in our society that demonstrate how much work we have to do to take better care of each other.

An up-and-coming San Francisco artist with a die-hard cult following, Lark has quickly become the musical muse of the sex-positive revolution. Her music has been featured on The Savage Lovecast, and she performs at frequent San Francisco counterculture haunts like Bawdy Storytelling and Tourette’s Without Regrets.

In 2014, Lark released her debut EP, I Wouldn’t Worry” followed by her first full-length album, Lark After Dark, and her Christmas album Hung For The Holidays.

This tour is in support of her third album, Vagenius. Tickets are available online at gigtix.ca, and at Bop City Records. $20 each. Seating is limited.

This performance is open to all ages, however it contains coarse language, and graphic lyrics, and references to sexuality and other natural human behaviours.

 

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