An Evening With
Rachel Lark & The Damaged Goods
The Confrontational Cabaret
Sun, Nov 14
Doors: 7:30 pm | Show: 8:00 pm
Tickets: $20 ADV - $30 DOOR
Ages 21 and Up
Rachel Lark & The Damaged Goods
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Rachel Lark & The Damaged Goods
Rachel Lark is an Oakland based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her music has been featured on Billboard, Upworthy, Boing Boing, Salon.com, The Savage Lovecast and more.

In 2013 she released her first album, Lark After Dark, followed by her debut music video, Warm, Bloody and Tender, which she funded through a Kickstarter campaign and produced herself. That same year she began touring the U.S. and Europe regularly, playing festivals, comedy clubs and colleges and building a die-hard cult following among the poly, sex-positive and queer communities, as well as academics, podcast nerds, and psychonauts.

In 2018 after successfully funding several major projects through Kickstarter, she launched her Patreon page, which she currently uses to fund her music videos, albums and shows. In January 2020 she produced a staged reading of her new musical, Coming Soon, production for which is currently on hold due to the pandemic. The concept album that the cast and band produced while in lockdown is will be release on May 14th, 2021 and plans for an eventual live production of the show are currently underway. In 2020 Lark launched her new podcast, What’s The Point? where she interviews artists, professors and organizers about the relationship between art and politics. She also released two music videos and her latest EP, Sex and Balances.

Rachel Lark is collaborating with the Bloom community app so her fans can connect and chat before and after the show. To see who's going, find a friend or date to go with, and join the fan chat, download Bloom with referral code lark21 (it's free!).
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