Rachel Lark

And The Damaged Goods

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The Bay Bridged
February 2018

Rachel Lark and the Damaged Goods had an early Valentine's celebration at Brick and Mortar Music Hall on Saturday, February 10. The evening was a fusion of comedy, music, dance, and auctioning off feminist bachelors to raise money for Planned Parenthood.

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Upworthy
November 2017

One night in late 2016, singer, songwriter, and satirist Rachel Lark was performing her song "Free the Nipple," just like she had many times before. But something just didn't feel right.

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Salon.COM
AUgust 2015

an Francisco singer/songwriter Rachel Lark may not have intended to become the poster girl for period sex, but with her latest single, “Warm, Bloody, and Tender,” and the appropriately gory video co-starring sex columnist Dan Savage, she may not have any choice.