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Rachel McGoye

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”(10Spot/Universal), which will be available digitally in December and instores Jan. 08. Written from the heart of a small town, Florida beach girl, these self-penned songs are, actually, far from a dis ...read more

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”(10Spot/Universal), which will be available digitally in December and instores Jan. 08. 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 today’s most established and admired singer/songwriters, while having original flavor all of it’s own. Rachel describes it like one of her favorite treats, 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 is sure to have you addicted.

Early eighties, in Stuart, Florida Jean and Michael McGoye had just arrived from Louisville, Ohio, and Rachel Leigh McGoye was born. Jean and Michael were teens of the 70’s who followed Tom Rudgren, Elton John, The Police, Rod Stewart and other rockers of their time. Jean was a nurse and Michael was a construction worker, who moved to Florida where there was more and better paying work for constructors at the time. In 1984, just 4 days after Rachel’s third birthday, her father died in an onsite construction accident. « hide

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LPs
Beautiful Disaster
2008

2
1 Votes
What Day Is It?
2007

2.5
1 Votes
EPs
Ghetto Gloss
2010

3
1 Votes
Down South
2008

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