Rachael Sage Announces Upcoming Album, Two New Videos For Charity Single
12-Song Collection Recorded During Cancer Recovery
Rachael Sage has
just released two separate videos by award-winning filmmakers for her
current charity single “Bravery’s On
Fire”, which benefits Women’s Cancer
Research. The universal anthem about finding strength in resilience will
also appear on her forthcoming album Character, due for release March 6th.
View and share the US version here, and the UK version here.
version of the video, directed by longtime collaborator Tom Moore, premiered via American
Songwriter and takes a cinema verité performance approach. Filmmaker Nick Clark’s UK version premiered with Lock Magazine and is more of a
narrative piece revealing Sage’s writing and recording process while mirroring
her personal experience during her recent recovery from cancer.
Character was co-produced by Sage and Grammy® winner Andy Zulla (Kelly Clarkson, Rod Stewart), and
contains the 12 songs she recorded while recovering from her treatment, which
she describes as “the most humbling
mountain I’ve ever had to climb.”
from “Bravery’s On Fire” will benefit
women’s cancer research at Massachusetts
General and Memorial Sloan-Kettering hospitals, where Sage received her treatment. Further info via the full press
Rachael Sage Attending The 2020 Folk Alliance International Conference
January 22-26 / New Orleans, LA
Rachael Sage will be attending the
annual Folk Alliance International Conference in New Orleans, LA from January
22 – 26, 2020. The Folk Alliance International Conference, presented by Folk
is the world’s largest gathering of the folk music industry and community.
Now in its 32nd year, Folk Alliance International’s
mission is to serve, strengthen, and engage the
global folk music community through preservation, presentation, and promotion.
Sage will be performing at various showcases during the conference and her self-owned label, MPress Records, will also host a showcase for other independent artists - official schedule
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Rachael Sage To Attend Annual NERFA Conference 11/7 - 11/9
Rachael Sage will be attending the annual Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) in Stamford, CT from 11/7 - 11/9.
Drop in and visit Rachael and her violinist Kelly Halloran at the Kari Estrin Management/Consulting booth in the exhibit hall on Saturday between 2:00 - 3:15pm at the Crown Plaza Hotel. Further details can be found here.
NERFA is a nonprofit organization that aims to serve, strengthen, and engage the global folk music community through preservation, presentation, and promotion.
Rachael's schedule below:
12:10am - 12:30am // Folk-N-Great Music // Fiske Room
1:15am // AMS Midnight Hoot // Room 2031
3:00pm - 3:30pm // Anything But Guitars // Room 2052
1:05am - 1:20am // Folk Alliance International // Room 2056
11:45pm - 12:25am // All Keyed Up // Room 2031
1:45am - 2:00am // Cup Of Joe // Room 2065
Rachael Sage Releases New Single / All Proceeds To Benefit Women's Cancer Research
Two Benefit Shows In October Planned
Rachael Sage has released a new single, “Bravery’s On Fire" via BlackBook. The concept of courage has taken on a whole new meaning for the singer-songwriter, who recently revealed that she was diagnosed with endometrial (uterine) cancer in 2018.
Listen to and share “Bravery’s On Fire” here.”
Now on the other side of treatment and in complete remission, Sage hopes to raise awareness of this disease. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the single will benefit women's cancer research
During October, Rachael and her longtime touring band , The Sequins, will also perform in NYC at two charity events benefiting cancer research: An Evening Of Music & Dance benefiting Yoga4Cancer at NOW:Yoga on Saturday, October 12 from 8:00 - 10:00 pm, and the "Bravery’s On Fire" release show at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 on Tuesday, October 29 at 8:30 pm. Proceeds from both shows will go towards Massachusetts General Hospital and Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.