Rachel Taylor Music
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Rachel Taylor Music

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2007

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Established on Jan, 2007
Band Folk Indie


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"Rachel Taylor - Heartbreak is for Everyone"

This CD produced by Peter Hayes from the group Black Rebel Motorcycle Club really showcases Rachel’s beautiful and passionate vocals. The title and opening cut is a nice Americana ballad that gets a bit funky. “Satisfy” is a country-flavored pop/rock tune and “Broken” is softer and slower, and brings iconic singers like Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn to mind. I really dig her sultry, haunting sound and her soaring melodies. Just great. A bit of alt folk/ ’50s country & western, and unplugged pop, the ending cut, “You Might Be Surprised,” is killer. Rachel, Peter, and band mates Jesse and Dan Russell really shine on this and make me want to hear more music from this talented artist. Acoustic and very well done. - the noise - boston


Still working on that hot first release.



Rachel Taylor has honed her creative blend of alternative folk, 1950’s country and thoughtful unplugged pop, through Jazz performance and the study of songwriting at Berklee College of music. Mentored by critically acclaimed singer/songwriter/producer, Michael Been, Rachel has gone on to work with producer/songwriter and grammy winner Charlie Peacock. This musical journey led her to be a founding member of the Indie Roots Folk, girl trio, Maeve, whose music has been in regular rotation on college radio.

Through her love for the art of songwriting, she explores the intimate and challenging portions of her own journey, believing that transparencyand revealing what she would rather hide, is the most universal. The result is a beautiful, vulnerable and poignant reflection of human connection.  Rachel Taylor’s release “Heartbreak is for Everyone”,
produced by Peter Hayes of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, is what she believes to be her best work yet. Vocals reminiscent of Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, are what sets this compilation of sultry, haunting and yetfamiliar songs apart. It’s soaring melodies, combined with profound lyrics and vocals are resonating with her growing audience.

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