With a voice as bold, expansive and deeply hued as the Alaskan sky that blanketed her childhood, Rachele Lynae is an impressive new artist whose talent, drive and creative range are quickly distinguishing her from other country newcomers.
Possessing a voice and personality that leap through the speakers and command attention, Rachele has made her national debut with “Party ‘Til the Cows Come Home,” a rollicking party anthem that showcases her strong, supple vocals and inimitable style. The song is supported with a video shot by award-winning director Trey Fanjoy that spotlights Rachele’s self-assured performance skills and natural charisma in front of the camera.
Rachele describes her style as a fusion of her favorite sounds. “Obviously, I’m a country rocker,” she says with a broad smile. “And I have a little bit of a bluesy voice so there’s a soulful thing that peeks its head occasionally. Stylistically, most of my songs are fun, sassy and empowering.”
Her voice reverberates with an emotional intensity reminiscent of Martina McBride’s best work, yet she’s also drawn comparisons to Jason Aldean because of her gutsy, go-for-broke style and high octane live performances. Off stage, she has a sweet girl next door quality that endears her to fans, yet on stage she unleashes her passion for music and gives audiences a performance they can’t forget.
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