National Album features students from Fort St. John

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A new children’s album has some local talent on it.

“Listen To Our Story / Ecoutez Notre Histoire” is a children’s album that features songs written with English, French & First Nations students across the country. It is available to download for free.

There are 2 songs on the album that feature students from Fort St. John.

“Change le Monde and Ecoutez Notre Histoire” was written with students from Ecole Central Elementary. “The Buddy Bench”, was written with students from Bert Ambrose.
According to Rik Leaf who produced the album, half of the album was recorded live in Fort St. John.
To view more about the project you can visit: http://rikleaf.com/songwriting-in-schools/. To download the album you can go to: http://Listen To Our Story / Ecoutez Notre Histoire
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