Singer Jetty Rae performs in Fallon on Valentine’ Day

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Hearts and music will be in the air next month.

Singer and songwriter Jetty Rae has been singing, touring and recording since 2004, and she brings her talents to Fallon on Feb. 14.

Originally from northern Michigan, Rae is bringing a special Valentine’s Day performance to the Fallon Theater for a 7 p.m. performance. The Churchill Library Association is sponsoring the Indie/folk singer, and admission is free.

Rae released her first full-length album, “Blackberries,” in 2007; her first EP, “Nobody,” in November 2009; and a lullaby album, “La La Lu and the Lazy Moon,” in July 2011. Her album “Drowning in Grain” was released in February 2012 (peaking at No. 130 on the CMJ 200 charts), “Climbing Clouds” in August 2013, followed by a Christmas album “More Than December” in November 2014. The following year saw Rae’s first collaborative project under the moniker “Pen Pals” with the release of the album “Gold.” Her album, “Can’t Curse the Free,” which was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Mitch Dane, was released in 2017, followed by another Pen Pals album “I Disappear” that same year.

Rae shared the stage with Sarah McLachlan and Miranda Lambert at Lilith Fair in Detroit where she was handpicked by McLachlan and Terry McBride as the featured local artist. You can also hear Rae’s music in a number of TV commercials for brands such as Microsoft, PetCo, Truvia, Nabi Tablets, Ben & Jerry’s, the Southeastern Conference and more.


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