Rachael Sage's "Delancey Street" Available In Stores Now!
NEW YORK, NY - Singer/songwriter/producer Rachael Sage weaves an introspective tapestry of a gypsy seeking a home on ‘Delancey Street’. The MPress Records release, available in stores now (and available digitally on iTunes,) is a musical exploration of identity...of cultural heritage, family history, and how where we come from shapes the paths we ultimately take in life.
Drawing inspiration from her immigrant Jewish heritage as a creative starting point, Sage’s atmospheric collection evokes a weathered scrapbook, as if each track captured a moment in time and articulated the experiences through song. The CD reflects Sage’s deeper sense of perspective, earned after a decade on the road, living without a true ‘home’. This past year, she made a conscious decision to reestablish her roots, solidify her relationships, and bring balance to her untethered life. The result is ‘Delancey Street’.
Featuring an art-rock sound reminiscent of the idiosyncratic work of Kate Bush, the CD, Sage’s ninth, features 12 songs. Included are eleven original compositions plus an inspired cover of the Hall & Oates classic, ‘Rich Girl,’ which iTunes revered as "bringing a fresh intimacy" to a familiar tune.
Featured in The Wall Street JournalRachael Sage has been living on the Lower East Side for about a month... but as the title of the singer-songwriter's new album suggests, for her it's a location already rich with meaning. On 'Delancey Street' (Mpress Records), Ms. Sage's ninth album, she revisits memories of the neighborhood to explore the need for the comfort and sense of identity that community can provide.
About 'Delancey Street':
‘Delancey Street’ is the ninth album by the NYC-based chanteuse. She describes it as an “album about change,” creatively inspired by Sage’s ancestral and current home, New York’s Lower East Side. The record features eleven original compositions, plus an inspired cover of the Hall & Oates classic ‘Rich Girl’. The album, in stores May 18th, is a musical exploration of identity, cultural heritage, and how where we come from shapes the paths we ultimately take in life.
Early ink on 'Delancey Street' :
'Delancey Street' is available on iTunes & Amazon now & in stores nationwide now.
Self-taught pianist, poet and producer Rachael Sage radiates what MOJO Magazine calls "warm, intelligent...New York indie charm". An innovative, improvisational keyboardist, she performs over 150 dates a year with her band The Sequins throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Recently named one of the Top 100 Independent Artists Of The Past 15 Years by Performing Songwriter magazine, Sage has shared the stage with Marc Cohn, Ani DiFranco, Shawn Colvin, Colin Hay, The Animals and Judy Collins. A Grand Prize Winner in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest (Rock) as well as a two-time Independent Music Award and OUTMusic Award winner, Rachael has earned a loyal following for her infectious melodies, poetic lyrics and often-outrageous, colorful stage banter.
|May 19||Turner Hall Ballroom (opening for Colin Hay)||Milwaukee, WI|
|May 21||Georgie's Bar||Asbury Park, NJ|
|May 30||Virginia Women's Music Festival||Kents Store, VA|
|Jun. 3||Hotel Cafe||Los Angeles, CA|
|Jun. 5||Salzer's Records (In-Store Performance)||Ventura, CA|
|Jun. 10||One Trick Pony||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Jun. 11||Uncommon Ground||Chicago, IL|
|Jun. 12||PrideFest Milwaukee||Milwaukee, WI|
|Jul. 10||Bridger Folk Music Society||Logan, UT|
|Jul. 11||Magpie House Concerts||Salt Lake City, UT|
|Jul. 14||Lestat's (with Jay Nash & Joe Firstman)||San Diego, CA|
|Jul. 17||Zoey's (with Jay Nash & Joe Firstman)||Ventura, CA|
|Jul. 18||Saint Rocke (with Jay Nash & Joe Firstman)||Hermosa Beach, CA|
|Jul. 20||Soho Music Lounge(with Jay Nash & Joe Firstman)||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Jul. 21||Cafe Du Nord (with Jay Nash & Joe Firstman)||San Francisco, CA|
|Jul. 25||High Dive (with Jay Nash & Joe Firstman)||Seattle, WA|
|Aug. 4||Rockwood Stage 2 (with Seth Glier)||New York, NY|
|Aug 15-30||Edinburgh Fringe Festival - C Central Cabaret Bar||Edinburgh, UK|
|Nov. 12||The Usual Pub||Houston, TX|