After years of playing together, Rachael Frankruyter and Jaron Camp created the duo project, York Street Thought Process. They have collectively performed at a variety of venues throughout Southern Ontario, from restaurants to festivals. The duo creates a playful mixture of indie-folk and improvisation; from a wide range of original music to classic covers. Their debut album "Roots" is out now.
Rachael Frankruyter is a singer-songwriter from Stratford, Ontario. Rachael’s passion for music took off at a young age, when she began taking classical singing lessons. Frankruyter later explored different musical genres, and learned how to play guitar and piano. She went on to perform at local music events and competitions singing in both classical and folk-pop styles. Meanwhile, she also began writing songs. Frankruyter released her debut self-titled EP in August of 2019, and released a second EP titled, “For Today” in March of 2021.
St. Marys born musician Jaron Camp has loved music from a young age. After studying classical piano, he quickly fell in love with the guitar; a passion that would encourage him to pursue music professionally. Since then, he has taught privately 30+ students a week in high school while performing at a variety of venues across southern Ontario. Jaron performs in a variety of outfits from solo jazz guitar to sideman work with different artists across genres.