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Rae Armour CD Release

Feb 22, 2004

By Catherine Barr


For over 30 years, Vancouver songbird Rae Armour has relied on music as the one constant in her life. Her ability to inspire others, and her fight for causes like AIDS and cancer, has led to her most enlightened, touching and yet playful CD to date. Her "Next Move"  CD launch party took place Sunday night at the Oasis pub on Davie where friends, family and supporters were on hand to celebrate, proving that paying your dues, really does pay off.

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Singer / songwriter Rae Armour has more than 30 years of life-living examples poured into her "Next Move" CD.
Oasis manager James Steck (left) flirted with another Vancouver living legend. Performer Bill Monroe played the part of CD sales girl.
Lending support to the community at all levels, Mark Long (left), Muayed Istifo, Oasis piano player Perry Dickison and friend Hanna Fuller enjoyed a night together.
Guitar player / producer John Ellis was there to back-up Rae as was actor / singer Beverley Elliott who acted as MC.
Cathy Stevenson (left) joined publicity gal / writer MJ Milne and movie producer Carol Milne.
Too cute to miss. Gabil Paradis and Simon Pearson performed behind the bar.


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