Rachel Sierra
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Rachel Sierra

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
Band Pop EDM





The Players: Rachel Sierra, vocals; Sean Erickson, bass; Conrad Bauer, guitar; Blair Shotts, drums; Blaine McGurty, keys.

Material: If Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani melted into one, Rachel Sierra would still blow the pop-star hybrid out of the water. Sierra's got soul, she's got power, and she funnels it all through song, bringing together the essence of blues, pop, rock and disco-funk. The performer showcases her sultry vocals in "Hypnotize" and channels her ability to dive deeper into the lyrical pool with "In Search of A Sink." Taking a modern approach to rock & roll and soul influences of the '60s and '70s, Sierra brings depth to today's commercial template.

Musicianship: Sierra's vocals embody rock & roll as her seductive tone commands attention without strain. Whether singing her ballad "Love is Real" or belting out her rock infused "Move," Sierra never loses momentum. To add fuel to her fiery stage presence, she surrounds herself with a band of talented musicians, each bringing swagger to the stage with heavy drums, funky bass lines and gritty guitar riffs.

Performance: The lights dimmed, the band began to play, but there was no sign of Sierra in the venue that lacked a backstage. From the front of the bar, in walked the tiny, but energetic lead singer, immediately setting the mood. She swore the first song was just a warm-up, but the adrenaline was hard to control. Everyone kept their eyes on the stage while each song built upon the intensity of the last. The chemistry of the group was intoxicating, as every member played off one another's obvious adoration for their craft. The set ended with a surprise mash-up of Sierra's original song "Good Time" and Wiz Kalifa's "Black and Yellow," adding an old-school flavor to a well known radio hit.

Summary: Rachel Sierra was born to rock, and she makes it clear that there is no better music than that which comes from the soul. No doubt her stage presence can lure a crowd, but it's her talent, passion and soul that will have any crowd thanking themselves for coming out to see her perform, even on a Monday night.



"Move"- Single Released May 17th, 2011
"Jammin" - Single Released March 22nd, 2011
"Push Me" - Single Released January 18th, 2011
"Push Me" LP- Full Length Album Released June 1st, 2011
"Push Me"- Official Music Video Released August 5th. 2011

Rachel Sierra has been interviewed on Fox Sports with JT the Brick, and has an interview coming out in Sesac Magazine Aug./Sept.

This artist has "ADDS" and "SPINS" on various college and independent radio stations across the nation. For a complete list of cities with saturation please contact our agent.



Recalling sounds from the analog era – synths, big drum sounds and more –
PUSH ME is the sonic embodiment of freedom and fun. Rachel’s impressive
command of the language of music is evident throughout: “JAMMIN’” sets the
tone with a Disco-Funk bass line and sexy Mick Jagger inspired high notes.
“MOVE” and “HYPNOTIZE” are quintessential Rock-n-Roll anthems showcasing
Rachel’s dramatic vocal range. The title track and first single “PUSH ME”,
flaunts a seductive vocal hook driven by a sinister fuzz bassline and
organic electronica .The album is well rounded by a sultry, bluesy side
with the eerie and soulful “LIVING WITHOUT YOU” and the classic R&B ballad

Rachel says of the album, “It’s really diverse and will appeal to both pop
and indie crowds. We blended the sounds of Disco, Rock, Blues and R&B …
and then some.” For upcoming shows and availability of the Push Me LP,
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