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'Bawdy Ballads': Edmonds songwriter releases ukulele songbook

Born in a music store, Rachel Gardner fills her life with music

 

Last updated 12/2/2021 at 11:10am

Rachel Gardner

Rachel Gardner: "Once a song has been written, it feels like I can let go of whatever emotion was driving that particular song."

A couple of years ago, Edmonds resident Rachel Gardner started a three-person ukulele band with two other women she met in Edmonds.

"We were booking some gigs," she said, "but some places wanted bands that only played originals. We started writin...



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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

You Rachel Gardner are a delight! I loved every word. Just Wow. I hope to see you play in the future. I was given a violin a couple years ago. I too adore music but I do not play. I am going to try some lessons when I feel ready. I am going to buy that book, from our local bookstore. I like it that you did that very selfless of you! I admire that. And If I can't figure out how play it I am going to take lessons. Beautiful story, beautiful words and you sure look like an awesome person to me. Deb XO

 
 
 

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