Rachel Renae
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Rachel Renae

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"Rachel Renae"

"Best Female Vocalist of the Year!"

-Rubben Porras
Modesto Famous.Com/USA - Modesto Famous

"A Song to Get Creative to."

“..Rachel Renae is already a hit on the coffee shop circuit in her native U.S. and listening to her demo CD, it’s easy to see why.“

-Clare Kelly
Snippets Magazine/LONDON
http://www.cutoutandkeep.net - Snippets Magazine

"New Music"

“Rachel Renae is powerful and delivers some potent messages in her music backed up by her acoustic guitar…She channels Joan Baez and Janis Joplin in her delivery.”

Chris Murphy, Stanislaus Magazine
www.stanmag.com/ U.S.A
- Stanislaus Magazine


Awakened by Rachel Renae



A natural talent by the age of six, Rachel Renae developed song writing skills by playing small melodies on her keyboard for several years. Her influences growing up were Mariah Carey, Ray Charles, No Doubt, Johnny Cash, and Janis Joplin. As a teenager, she began taking guitar lessons with Mr. Paul Souza. He taught how to read music and encouraged her songwriting skills. A few years later, she met an extraordinary man named Ray Ruffin through a friend, Frank Blanas. Ray was a remarkable producer and promoter who had experience producing records for ABC and Dot Records prior to establishing his own label, Oak Records. He also helped many artist with there careers, such as Pat Boone, Reba McIntyre, Merle Haggard, Marty Robbins, Roy Orbison, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Hank Williams Jr. and many more. He also shed light on many aspects in Rachel Renae's singing career. He taught her how to improve herself as a singer and a writer, and mentored Rachel for a couple of years at American Recording Studio, where Ray was working at the time with Bill Cooper and Richie Podolor. After working with Ray for a couple of years, Rachel grew a bond with him. Unfortunately, Ray passed away in September of 2005. After this distressing event, her passion was re-ignited. Not only did she need to spread a positive message to people, but she needed to do it for Ray. He had made a huge impact in her life. So Rachel continues to sing across California with her newly formed band, the Revolvers. Singing at over 250 shows within the past two years, she has been nominated for a music award for "Best Unplugged Artist," and named "Best Female Vocalist of the Year." She is also currently playing on Online radio stations nationally! The newly formed band hopes to kick off her new album "Music Junkie" in September of 2008. Band members include Dave Hanley on lead electric guitar, Ray Vizaro a.k.a The Grand Vazeer, on Drums, Ed Saunders a.k.a. Mr. Sunshine, on Bass, and herself as lead singer, and rhythm electric guitar player. Together they form an eclectic popping flavor mix of the 60's and beyond. All Original Rock! They continue to perform together across California with support from their local community, family, friends, church, and of course FANS!