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Okanagan musician Ryan Donn has just released a new song and music video about life in the Okanagan.
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October 30, 2013 - 8:30 AM


KELOWNA - Local musician Ryan Donn is returning to the spotlight with a new song about living in the Okanagan and music video feature stunning time-lapse footage from around the valley.

“The song is about how much I love living here so I always knew the video needed to feature the Okanagan,” Donn says. “It’s about sitting and relaxing in the valley.”

All I Need Is Your Love was written and recorded three years ago, but wasn't released until now.

“People don’t just listen to music any more, they want to see it," Donn says. "It needed to have a visual component.”

The video was produced with footage from a twelve-minute film made by Paul Cotton for Lake Country Artwalk.

“When Paul released his time lapse footage I thought it was perfect,” Donn says. “My intention was to summarize the beauty of the Okanagan and his footage did that.”

Donn is a well-known singer and songwriter whose songs have been featured by the B.C. Disability Games and the Terry Fox Run. He will be performing next at the Creative Okanagan Showcase on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Kelowna Community Theatre. His band will be joined by a 21-piece choir from Casorso Elementary, special guests plus the finale of Talented Kelowna, Talented Kids and more.

All I Need is Your Love video by Ryan Donn, Scott Dueck and Colin Krieg.

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