Music Week Presents: Rachael Sage

Music Week Presents: Rachel Sage

US singer, songwriter and producer, Rachael Sage fuses her musical gift with poetry, acting and visual art and her multiple talents event stretch to the business side of the industry too, as she is a longtime record label owner, having founded MPress Records a decade ago.

Sage's last album, 2012's Delancey Street, was a musical picture book of her life. After more than a decade of living a migrant existence, Sage re-established her foundations and solidified her relationships and Delancey Street is where she discovered her true grounding – it was the coming home of her musical expression.

For 2013, Sage will release her tenth album, Invisible Light, described as 'an emotional journey of love'. The LP was penned solely on a 1966 Martin Acoustic (her first experiment with guitar composition).

Abby Would You Wait (out 12 Nov) will be the next single release from the forthcoming album. This track explores the strength of soul mates, and sweeps its way through an instantly-connecting relationship. Sage wrote the track about someone with whom she’d shared one isolated but lengthy conversation after a gig.

Named in 2010 amongst the Top 100 Independent Artists Of The Past 15 Years by Performing Songwriter magazine, Sage is a self-taught pianist, producer and poet. On stage she weaves comedy and humour in-between musical interludes - injecting artistic stage banter into her live performances has earned her a  loyal following.

In the past, Sage has shared the stage with Grammy® winners Sheryl Crow, Shawn Colvin, Marc Cohn, Ani DiFranco, and Judy Collins, as well as Suzanne Vega, The Pretenders, The Weepies, Colin Hay and Semi Precious Weapons – to name a few. She will be bringing her  performances to the UK throughout November 2012.

Essential info

Artist: Rachel Page

Abby Would You Wait

Twitter @RachelSage


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