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Cashbox Magazine Canada. Submitted by Lenny Stoute. 

Just out from Heather Rankin an evocative new video via CTV Morning Live Atlantic for her song “Titanically” from JUNO nominated album A Fine Line. The video was inspired by the story of Wallace Hartley, the Titanic’s bandmaster and violinist.

Wallace Hartley’s violin case was recovered strapped to Hartley’s body, buoyed mostly out of the water by his life jacket, and thus preserved in good condition. It was taken to Halifax by the Mackay-Bennett Cable Ship that recovered many of the Titanic’s victims in April,

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SAINT JOHN’S IMPERIAL THEATRE ANNOUNCES THEIR TWENTY-FOURTH SEASON

By Alex Cook. The East.

Where would we be without Saint John’s Imperial Theatre? The theatre has been there longer than any of us can remember (in one form or another) and outshines any gem in Uptown Saint John #NoMoreFires2017. Fortunately, during an event this evening the theatre announced their 24th season, giving nobody any excuse to claim that there’s nothing to do in Saint John.

“I think we’ve found a great balance between old favourites and new adventures, with something for all tastes and all ages,” says Lee Bolton,

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Heather Rankin Releases New Music Video for “Titanically”

HEATHER RANKIN SHARES NEW VIDEO FOR “TITANICALLY” OFF JUNO-NOMINATED ALBUM A FINE LINE

This morning Heather Rankin shared a stunning new video via CTV Morning Live Atlantic for her song “Titanically,” the third single from her JUNO Award nominated album A Fine Line.

The video was inspired by the story of Wallace Hartley, the Titanic’s bandmaster and violinist, who would be celebrating his birthday today.

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Rankin heading to Fergus

The Wellington Advisor.

FERGUS – Singer, songwriter, actress and Canada 150 ambassador, Heather Rankin is coming to  the Fergus Grand Theatre on Oct. 13.

“Rankin is perhaps best known as a member of the multi-award winning group, The Rankin Family,” officials state.

The group made their mark throughout the 1990s touring the world, selling over a million records and bringing the music of Cape Breton and Nova Scotia to an international audience.

In 2016 Rankin released her debut solo album which sees her forge her own musical legacy with upbeat Rankin-style numbers,

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