Celebrated Singer-Songwriter For Your 2017 Grammy Consideration: Rachael Sage

"Choreographic" critically acclaimed album featuring chart-topping single "Try Try Try".

For your consideration for:
Record of the Year - "Try Try Try"
Album of the Year - "Choreographic"
Song of the Year - "Try Try Try"
Song of the Year - "I've Been Waiting"
Best Pop Solo Performance - "Try Try Try"
Best Pop Solo Performance - "Learn To Let You Go"
Best Pop Vocal Album - "Choreographic"
Best Americana Roots Performance - "Home (Feat. Matt Nakoa) [Acoustic]"
Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals - "I Don't Believe It"
Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals - "It Would Be Enough"
Best Recording Package - "Choreographic"
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical John Shyloski & Andy Zulla, Engineers; John Shyloski, Mastering Engineer "Choreographic"
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Andy Zulla - "Choreographic"
Best Music Video - "I Don't Believe It"

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Rachael Sage’s “Choreographic” delivers a musically ambitious and emotionally accessible tribute to her very first love: dance. Connecting to her roots in ballet, the NYC-based artist "envisioned each song as a fully-choreographed multi-media experience". The result is an inspired set of piano-based chamber-pop merging orchestral elements with her signature blend of folk, pop and rock.

  • Single "Try Try Try" climbed to #6 on FMQB AC Radio Chart & #27 on Mediabase AC Chart
  • "Choreographic" was FMQB Adult Contemporary Most Added Album
  • "Choreographic (Acoustic)" was the Top 10 Most Played at Folk Radio with two tracks in the Top 10
  • Produced by Sage & Grammy Winner Andy Zulla (Idina Menzel, Rod Stewart)
  • Engineered by andy Zulla and 2-time Grammy Nominee John Shyloski (Diana Ross, Johnny Winter)

  • "the Carole King of her generation" – Blurt Magazine

    "Sage wisdom in a chamber-pop package; "It Would Be Enough" might be the most eloquent and perfect David Bowie Eulogy to date." - MAGNET Magazine

    "...Choreographic (is) a colorful work that shares flourishes of Sigur Rós and Kate Bush, and identifies Sage as a divine musical visionary." – Glide Magazine 

    "Angelic...epically romantic. (Sage's) breathy vocals float alonglist swooning strings and piano notes, creating a big setting for her rootsy, narrative lyrics." – No Depression

    "an ideal example of pure pop perfection...From the opening flourish of 'Heaven (Is a Grocery Store Clerk)' to the album's final fade, Choreographic is as close to a modern musical masterpiece as any artist of any gender has managed as of late. Her name rings true; she's a Sage indeed." – Elmore Magazine

    "Rachael Sage is a marvelous young artist- and I am a fan!!...A great gift...of incredible talent and beauty." – Judy Collins

    "Rich with textures straddling the boundaries of pop, rock, jazz, and classical genres, this album is a colorful journey that makes you feel alive while you sit back and listen...'Choreographic' is another masterful addition to (Rachael Sage's) collection." - Innocent Words

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