Tanya Lipscomb performs at the Revelstoke United Church Mar. 24 as part of their Closer to God series.

Tanya Lipscomb plays Closer to God series

B.C. singer and songwriter Tanya Lipscomb will perform at the Revelstoke United Church on Mar. 24 as part of a new concert series called Closer to God. A talented singer, guitarist and pianist, Tanya paints a musical picture of hope, joy, love, inspiration and her growing relationship with God.

B.C. singer and songwriter Tanya Lipscomb will perform at the Revelstoke United Church on Mar. 24 as part of a new concert series called Closer to God. A talented singer, guitarist and pianist, Tanya paints a musical picture of hope, joy, love, inspiration and her growing relationship with God.

“It doesn’t matter what faith you follow or your personal beliefs; you will feel the love and joy!” Lipscomb says of her show.  “If I can lift one person’s spirits, or inspire even one person, then I feel as though I have accomplished something.”

Tanya Lipscomb has been performing music since she was a small child. She has performed with artists such as Tom Cochrane, Wide Mouth Mason, B.B. King’s former bassist and legendary bluesman Russel Jackson.

Locally, Lipscomb has played twice at Grizzly Plaza. She’s currently working on her sixth album and is excited to share some of the songs that will be on her latest creation.

Tanya Lipscomb will be performing at the Revelstoke United Church on Thursday, March 24 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door.

 

 

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