Rachel McGoye
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Rachel McGoye

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"Hometown Celebrity"

"If you haven't listened to any of her music, I would encourage you to make the effort. Personally, it's a solid mix between Sheryl Crow, Jewel, and Fiona Apple. A soulful push of sound and a canvas painted visual by a creative ability to write a song, Rachel McGoye is sure to make you enjoy the entire album on first listen. "
Joe Clements - Your Hub (Jan 18, 2008) - Joe Clements


Discography

2006- Acoustic E.P, "What Day is it?" (on itunes and rachelmcgoye.com)
2008- Debut full length release "Beautiful Disaster" (available on itunes, web and instores)

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Who says quitters never win? After independently releasing her acoustic debut E.P., "What Day is It?", Rachel McGoye finally woke up and realized It was the day to quit waiting tables and become a full-time singer/songwriter. Five years in Los Angeles, several recycled and unsuccessful relationships, and a repeatedly stolen bicycle inspired her new full-length release, "Beautiful Disaster". Written from the heart of a small town, Florida beach girl, these self-penned songs are, actually, far from a disaster. This Sophomore release attracts comparisons to todays most established and admired singer/songwriters, while having original flavor all of it's own. Rachel describes it like her favorite treat, "A fruit smoothie full of surprises.All natural, good for the heart, and refreshing." How could you not like it? The tinge of Folk, Pop, a little Rock, and touch of Soul will definitely have you addicted. Having studied at the acclaimed Berklee College of music, Rachel has experienced a life of guitar and piano playing on multiple coasts. Tho she doesn't miss the cold Boston weather, she does miss the lazy days of boating in Florida,but L.A is home for now. She just wishes she still had her bicycle to avoid L.A traffic and be more economical!