Local singer-songwriter Tanya Lipscomb is releasing her seventh CD and has invited some special guests to join her in concert at the Centre for Spiritual Living

Singer inspired on seventh CD release

Tanya Lipscomb releases her seventh album, Revolutionary, Thursday at the Okanagan Centre for Spiritual Living.

  • Dec. 14, 2011 1:00 p.m.

Local singer/songwriter Tanya Lipscomb is set to release her seventh album, Revolutionary, Thursday at the Okanagan Centre for Spiritual Living.

Singing songs about love, joy, inspiration and faith, Lipscomb has invited special guests to help her celebrate including Jon Buller, Judy Rose, Nona Love, Jodi Pederson, Lorelle Raindown and Leah West.

“It is a celebration of collaboration,” said Lipscomb. “Everyone will be singing songs that focus on community, togetherness, joy, loving kindness and non-denominational songs of faith and God.”

A visual art component will also be a part of the evening.

Local artist Satyama Lasby will be painting live while the musicians are performing, and Lasby along with Lipscomb will show their latest works of art and paintings.

Tickets to Thursday’s event are $12 in advance and $15 at the door (those who bring a donation to the food bank pay $12 at the door) and are on sale now at the Centre for Spiritual Living (2913 -29th Ave., Vernon.)

With the purchase of a ticket, you will get $5 off the purchase of Lipscomb’s latest CD.


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