Rachael Sage & The Sequins
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Rachael Sage & The Sequins

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | INDIE

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2010
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter





"Rachael Sage is an artist who truly commands respect...she has forged a successful career in a completely tempestuous and unpredictable industry...her accompanying band, the Sequins, are extremely tight and professional (and she has) a self-assuredness on stage that only comes from years of being on the road and pounding the pavement." - Music Connection

"One of music's most inimitable iconoclasts” - BlackBook

“fresh, witty” - Billboard

"a muscular and hugely talented pop songwriter" - Uncut (UK)

"wildly expressive, moody, edgy" - Paste

"the kind of performer you can't take your eyes off" - Stereo Embers

“a beautiful artistic sensibility…storytelling skill and emotional delivery that only someone as talented as Sage can provide." - PopMatters - What the critics say about Rachael Sage & The Sequins


Character (2020)

PseudoMyopia (2019)
Myopia (2018)
Joy! (2018)
The Tide EP (2017)
Choreographic (2016)
Blue Roses (2014)
New Destination EP (2014)
Haunted By You (2012)
Delancey Street (2010)
Chandelier (2008)
The Blistering Sun (2006)
Ballads & Burlesque (2004)
Public Record (2003)
Illusion's Carnival (2002)
Painting Of A Painting (2001)
Smashing The Serene (1998)
Morbid Romantic (1996)



Led by soulful vocalist and innovative multi-instrumentalist Rachael Sage, The Sequins perform 100+ dates a year throughout the US, UK, & Europe.

The latest album "Myopia" is a bold departure, with a much stronger emphasis on Sage's guitar playing over her signature piano palette. The clarity that comes from being comfortable in one's own skin is a theme that runs through much of Myopia. Produced by Sage and her longtime engineer, 2-time Grammy® Nominee John Shyloski, the album features drummer Doug Yowell (Joe Jackson, Duncan Sheik), keyboardist Rob Curto (Lila Downes), trumpeter Russ Johnson (Elvis Costello, Deborah Harry), guitarist James Mastro (Patti Smith, Jill Sobule) and bassist Mike Visceglia (Suzanne Vega). The album's single, "Spark" reached #10 on the FMQB Radio Chart in the US.

Rachael Sage & The Sequins have shared stages with Beth Hart, Howard Jones, Sarah McLachlan, A Great Big World, Melissa Ferrick, and Ani DiFranco. Sage has received numerous songwriting awards including The John Lennon Songwriting Contest (Grand Prize) and several Outmusic and Independent Music Awards. Her songs have appeared on MTV, HBO, and the "Fame" soundtrack, along with a record-breaking 22 placements on Lifetime’s top reality series,"Dance Moms" – resulting in over 10 million YouTube views.

For more information, visit sageandsequins.com.


For the complete tour calendar and archive of past shows, visit sageandsequins.com/shows.


For information on Rachael Sage's solo work visit her solo EPK: http://sonicbids.com/rachaelsage 


To view their videos (including the music videos for "Alive", "Try Try Try", "I Don't Believe It", and others), please visit:


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