Rain Coast Choir's Sparkle and Shine Showcase celebrates the end of our Fall 2018 Season with an intimate performance at One Thousand Rivers studio. We are thrilled to welcome Logan and Nathan, and Daughter of the Moon to share in the evening. Their music is truly sublime, and we can't wait to sing with them as well!

Sunday, December 16th, 2018
One Thousand Rivers - 54 E 4th Avenue

Tickets $15 at the door
or in advance at Brown Paper Tickets:

Doors at 6:30pm | Music starts at 7pm
All ages welcome
BYOB - NO cash bar, alcohol is permitted in moderation
Please keep in mind this is an intimate, listening show ♥



Hailing from Vancouver, alternative folk duo Logan and Nathan have released their debut album, Chasing Tales (and a few other things). Consisting of a 15-song track listing, their vivid debut experiments with bare instrumentals and serene sounds that push the traditions of folk music. It’s a brand of self-proclaimed “freak folk,” braiding various timbres and transitions through a ghostly, unaccompanied lens.

The two came together when they were trapped in Canmore, AB during a flood that washed out all routes of escape. Seeing how the end was near, the two teamed up for one last musical hurrah, serenading the flood victims pickled blood late into the hues of a starlit night. It was here that they first combined folk with the eclectic. Imagine Johnny and June after a trip down the rabbit hole. Their music dances along the lines of Folk Music, but when they perform it turns into something else.

Logan and Nathan have brought their strange brand of freak folk all over the country, riding and performing on the Via Rail Train and playing festivals such as Arts Wells, Koksilah, and Woodstove Festival. Their music creates a space for emotions to be honest, hearts to be warm, and thoughts to be soothed with discomfort.



Daughter of the Moon is a dream/folk songstress who moves around the world with her guitar, turning her experiences into songs. Her live performance of voice & acoustic guitar have been described as haunting, yet healing and her songs, sweet and melancholic. Her sound is inspired by the likes of Mazzy Star, Norah Jones & The Staves.

Her newly release and very first album (self-titled) is now available on Itunes, Spotify & Bandcamp.

Under her previous artist name, Natalie Ramsay, she released her first ever solo album “Alien” (2007) and self-produced and recorded her 2nd solo album, “Fly To Home” in 2014. During the time between she collaborated in different bands and duo projects (Prairie Jewel, Little Darjeeling, Himalayan & We Are Water) and spent several nights a week singing for non-traditional gigs in hot yoga studios around Montreal, Winnipeg & Vancouver.

Joline Baylis