August 11, 2015

Les Concerts en Septembre à Paris

September Gig Poster_Miss Rae & Jeff Loiselet_WEB

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August 3, 2015

Swan Bar Clips

Dearest Listeners,
Our debut show in Paris was greeted with a warm welcome at the Swan Bar in Montparnasse. Here is a preview of a few tunes from that cool July evening. Stay tuned Parisians, as I will be playing more concerts in this shimmering city of soul, accompanied by skilled guitarist, Jeff Loiselet.
Miss Rae

 “Feeling Good” (Nina Simone cover)

“Crazy Mama” (J.J. Cale cover)

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July 13, 2015

Paris Premiere • July 25th

Miss Rae & Jeff Loiselet_Swan Bar_25 Juillet 2015

Miss Rae is thrilled to announce her debut concert with Jeff Loiselet in Paris, France at Le Swan Bar (165 blvd. du Montparnasse) on Saturday, July 25th from 19h30-21h00. The city of love and light continues to be an inspiring and transformative place for Miss Rae’s spiritual journey as a young woman and artist.

In autumn of 2014, Miss Rae first heard a series of intricate soulful guitar notes echoing through the Metro station of Montparnasse. The winding tunnels lead her to Mr. Jeff Loiselet, as he layered spellbinding melodies over a loop machine. After rehearsing vigorously since April, the duo is pleased to present the depths of their unique musical stylings.

* The concert is FREE with obligatory consumption *
Limited seating of 50-60 places

Miss Rae & Jeff Loiselet sont un duo électrique basé à Paris, tout juste naissant aux multiples influences de Blues, Jazz et Old Soul. De nombreux covers sont issus de la Black Music. Miss Rae est une chanteuse Canadienne de Delta Blues arrivée en France récemment. La voix de Miss Rae interpelle par ses similitudes avec des chanteuses comme Big Mama Thornton ou Etta James. Jeff Loiselet est un guitariste Parisien depuis 20 ans, inspiré par le blues et la soul.


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July 12, 2015

Snapshots of Paris

Photos © Miss Rae Music  •  Follow Miss Rae on Instagram @soulstress

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Le LouvreThe silent Louvre courtyard, Les Pyramides were designed by architect I.M. Pei in 1984.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Rue de Rivoli 2Caught in a graceful downpour at Rue de Rivoli.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Pont Alexandre FevrierView from Miss Rae’s favourite bridge in Paris, Le Pont d’Alexandre III.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Sepia TonedView of the 3rd oldest bridge in Paris, Le Pont Royal.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Jardin LuxembourgThe Lovers (1866) – Part of La fontaine Médicis featured in le Jardin du Luxembourg.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Rodin RoseA Fading November Romance – rose photographed in Rodin’s Gardens.

Miss Rae's Parisian RooftopsHome is where the heart rests and creativity flows in abundance.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Canal Saint MartinA reflective afternoon along the Canal Saint-Martin.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Pont AlexandreA serendipitous sunset at Pont d’Alexandre III

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Midnight in ParisMidnight in Paris, captured during Nuit Blanche.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Rue de Rivoli
Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Magnificent Sunset
Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Charlier JanvierUne marche pour Charlie Hebdo.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Notre DameLa Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris
The row of statues were once assumed to be former French kings, and thus were destroyed during the French Revolution. But the 28 statues is actually a gallery of the Kings of Judea.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Tour Eiffel BWLa dame de fer – the Iron Lady of Paris.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Musee d'OrsayOnce a train station, le Musée d’Orsay now displays stunning impressionism and some of the best art expositions in Paris. Also, as a clock admirer you’ll get a spectacular view.

Miss Rae's Snapshots of Paris_Blues Jam*Final photo by Eden Carter as Miss Rae sings at Caveau des Oubliettes for their Blues Jam.

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June 22, 2015

Remembering Mr. Lymon Brown

Lymon_Love_webWith a heavy heart, Miss Rae fondly remembers the sincere Saxophone sounds of her ‘Uncle’, Mr. Lymon Brown, he left this earth on June 20th, 2015. As a jazz artist who mastered the art of improvising, Uncle Lymon was an incredible musical influence on Miss Rae at an early age. She is forever grateful to have had the opportunity to perform in concert with Lymon while living in Edmonton last year. Their acapella/saxophone rendition of “Old Crow” would always silence the crowd, as the original tune was a dedication to his late best friend/Miss Rae’s late grandfather. Thank you Ed Ellis photography for capturing so many beautiful moments of us on stage together. Lymon, may you be smiling and playing with the greats up in heaven!

Miss Rae

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