Double concert in Envision Financial Coffee House Series

Event takes place Saturday, Oct. 17 at House of James

The Norine Braun Band is one of two performers at the next Envision Financial Coffee House Series on Oct. 17.

A double concert takes place on Saturday, Oct. 17 as part of the Envision Financial Coffee House Series.

The event takes place at House of James (2743 Emerson St.) and starts at 6 p.m. with the bluesy and eclectic Norine Braun Band.

Delivering grit and sensitivity in her musical landscapes, Braun won a Canada Council for the Arts Award in 2014 among other distinctions, and has produced nine albums so far in her career.

At 7:30 p.m. the alternative band, Rae Dawn @ the Eco Systems, will bring their jazzy folk and gospel crossover.

Rae Dawn and her backup performers Keith and Richard came together through interactive open mikes, farmers’ markets, and the local church and coffee house scene before joining the Envision series.

For more information about the series, including the full concert schedule, visit abbotsfordartscouncil.org.

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