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New York’s Rachael Sage Appears On New “Fame” Film Soundtrack
New York, NY — MPress Records is pleased to announce that Rachael Sage's song "Too Many Women" is featured in the new "Fame" film hitting theatres on September 25, 2009. The soundtrack album is already available for digital and physical purchase nationwide. "Too Many Women", which also appears on Sage's critically acclaimed album "Public Record", was hand-picked by director Kevin Tancharoen, and remixed by Damon Elliot specifically for the movie.
Rachael Sage's song appears on the "Fame" soundtrack alongside such notable artists as Santigold, Naturi Naughton, Meghan Mullally and Sam Sparro. For a full track listing, visit: http://www.lakeshore-records.com/fame.
Being involved in this project carries special meaning for Sage, who reveals: "When I saw 'Fame' as a kid, the characters resonated with me so much...By the time the TV series came out I'd already decided I wanted to grow up to be a combination of Leroy, Coco and Bruno – who definitely inspired me to get my first synthesizer!"
As a teenager, Sage's passion for dance ultimately carried her to the renowned School of American Ballet (located directly across the street from the performing arts high school upon which "Fame" was based). "A lot of dancers at S.A.B also attended the High School For Performing Arts, so there's definitely a big nostalgia-factor for me." Sage eventually performed with the New York City Ballet, and also studied at the legendary Actors Studio, before turning her focus entirely toward being a musician.
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Her latest self-produced album, CHANDELIER, was mixed by Kevin Killen (U2, Elvis Costello), and contains 13 tracks of what Performing Songwriter magazine calls "engaging pop arrangements and gripping melodies".
Following up on her successful run in Scotland at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival, Rachael Sage brings her show “Sequins & Shpiel” back to select cities in the UK and to NYC and Boston this fall. Be sure to check out her live rendition of the song “Fame” that The Herald (Edinburgh) calls the “hit of Fringe 2009.”