Rachel B & The Boys



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9:00 pm

November 5, 2016

9 PM show – FREE admission!

Rachel B, originally from Traverse City, Michigan, studied Classical Voice at Interlochen Arts Academy, but always wanted to bend the notes and break the rules with her original music. She nurtured her sound at Berklee College of Music before dashing from academics to performance. After moving to Los Angeles, she began writing for TV & Film, while honing her artistry and performing on stages all over Southern California. When on a tour in 2014, Rachel fell in love with the city and people in Pittsburgh, PA. She relocated shortly after and decided to take her career into her own hands as a full-time Independent artist. After one year in Pittsburgh, Rachel B organically met friends that happened to be musicians and quickly turned into a band with ridiculous chemistry, creating Rachel B & The Boys.

You can find Rachel B performing on stages all over the country, showcasing her debut album “I’m The Boss.” The Click show reviewed the album as having “A sense of empowerment yet vulnerability which unapologetically convey the feelings and struggles of being any individual in today’s society.” Home business writes, “Renowned singer-songwriter Rachel B just launched her uplifting debut album, titled I’m The Boss, to help awaken the spirit in others to rise up and be a true leader in the business sphere.”

Rachel B draws much of her inspiration from the classics, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Minnie Riperton and Bill Withers. She combines these classic stylings with contemporary sounds and irresistible feel-good pop songs, to create a truly unique sound. Whether she’s singing about being a boss, or tickling the ivories on a charming love song, this natural born soulstress will captivate you with her memorable hooks, leaving you with feelings of empowerment and delight.

Beyond the stage, Rachel B has had her songs placed on ABC shows such as General Hospital and in various independent films. She was selected as the recipient of the prestigious Johnny Mercer Songwriting Award and Berklee’s Women’s Composer Award. Her magnetic stage presence led the young starlet to perform at venues across the country including Chicago Symphony Hall, Berklee Performance Center, South Park Amphitheater, and Flood City Music Festival.

Be sure to check Rachel B & The Boys out live at a show near you and let the songs tell the rest of the story.