"Home" Hits #15 On The FMQB AC Charts
Alongside Lady Gaga, Adele, John Legend, and Taylor Swift, Rachael's song "Home" rose 12 spots on the AC radio chart to #15, up from #29.
Serviced to radio only a few weeks ago, the track keeps gaining momentum with increased spins (+196 total) and new stations being added.
Also check out the charming video for "Home"!
Rachael Sage's New EP "The Tide" Out Now [Benefits American Refugee Committee]
Rachael's released a new EP of protest songs, The Tide.
The 5-track digital EP adds Sage's voice and music to the current worldwide sociopolitical landscape. All net proceeds will be donated to ArcRelief.org (American Refugee Committee), one of the world's leading international refugee assistance organizations.
Available now on iTunes!
“Try Try Try” Video Premieres With Blurt Magazine, Debuts Live At Rockwood Music Hall / NYC
"Try Try Try", the latest video released by award-winning artist Rachael Sage, premiered with esteemed online publication Blurt Magazine and debuted live for fans after Sage's performance at Rockwood Music Hall on January 17, 2017.
Directed by award-winning filmmaker/photographer Tom Moore, the clip features an original pas de deux created by renowned choreographer Sarah O'Gleby (The Oscars, Tony Awards, Ted 2) and performed by ballerina Abigail Simon (American Ballet Theater, Joffrey Ballet) and dancer/actor Marty Lawson (Smash, Movin' Out, Shrek The Musical). Sage also appears in the vibrant, highly stylized video alongside members of her live band, The Sequins.
Rachael Sage To Join Beth Hart Tour February/March 2017
An adventurous pairing, both of these strong and passionate artists will perform their own soulful brand of music while remaining true to their roots. NYC-based Sage has released 12 albums of eclectic originals on her own label, MPress Records, and will join Hart for just over a dozen dates beginning in Atlanta, Georgia and ending in Kent, Ohio.
While she is most known for what The Village Voice descibes as "lovely and literate folk-pop-rock", Sage also has a musical and personal connection to the blues, which includes her close friend John Lee Hooker. Read more about it HERE.
Rachael Sage To Support Howard Jones On Spring 2017 Tour
"I can't wait to meet fellow Howard Jones fans, both on and off the stage."
Sage has often named Jones as one of her most beloved artists and a seminal influence on her songwriting, and while she has rarely covered other artists' music, she used to perform his songs including "No One Is To Blame" at her regular solo piano gig while attending Stanford University.
Read more about the Howard Jones/Rachael Sage tour, get concert tickets and check out the original press release HERE.