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Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk


Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd FolkI Lost Myself

In a world where the gift of simply appreciating music seems to have been lost, it takes something extraordinary to capture the heart and the attention of listeners. Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk do just that. From captivating alternative folk-pop melodies to an authentic and energetic performance, you’ll get drawn in to the music and won’t be letting go anytime soon.

The band is fronted by songstress Lauren Mann, who started playing live in the Calgary area in 2008. Shortly after, she began collaborating with local musicians and formed somewhat of a collective that became affectionately known as “Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk.”

In less than three years they’ve brought their sound and dynamic live show to audiences in every corner of North America, with over 500 tour dates and over 5000 albums sold.

The group, which now consists of Lauren Mann (Lead vocals, piano, ukulele), Jay Christman (drums, guitar), Jessica Christman (bass, additional keys, BGV’s), Josh Akin (electric/acoustic guitar), Zoltan Szoges (additional keys, percussion, glockenspiel), and Hammer Clark (front of house tech), released their album “Over Land and Sea” on April 9th 2013.

Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk have begun working on their sophomore record, whose release date is yet to be set. Be sure to catch their live show as they continue to tour across North America, and rediscover your love for music.

You can find out more at their website, Facebook page, SoundCloud page, blog, Twitter feed, and YouTube Channel.

Watch a live video, “Through Your Eyes”, right here:

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