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Allan Rankin - Lost No More

AllanRankinLostNoMore.jpgAllan Rankin has been part of PEI's cultural scene for decades. He started his career at St. Dunstan's University, joined the folk group the Troubadours in 1972, and then was mentored by Gene Maclellan. He was part of the award-winning show "Here On The Island", and part of the well-known Hedgerow cast... to mention a few.

Allan spoke with Karen Mair about his roots, his career, his writing, and his the stories and inspirations. Allan's new release is his second studio album entitled "Lost No More".

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