<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 >>

Rachael Sage Breaks Into The Top 10 at #6 on AC Radio Chart!

Rachael's single "Try Try Try" has made an impressive climb up to #6 on the FMQB Adult Contemporary chart. She shares a spot in the top 10 with heavy-hitters Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Adele, P!nk and Justin Timberlake!

Listen to "Try Try Try"!

Cashout "Scam.Sin.Fear" Available Now!

We are thrilled to share our newest addition to the MPress Family! New punk-rock collaboration Cashout featuring Sean and Brendan Kelly from A Fragile Tomorrow and Matt Megrue. Their EP "Scam.Sin.Fear" is available now on iTunes.

Buy it now!

Check out the lyric video for their first single "Donnie Chump"

MPress Records Presents: Rachael Sage & Friends - A Benefit For Orlando

New York, NY: In the wake of the tragic events in Orlando this past June, independent record label MPress Records and flagship artist Rachael Sage wanted to do something to help the families of the victims and the LGBT community. The New York-based label has organized a special fundraising event: Rachael Sage & Friends – A Benefit For Orlando, to benefit The GLBT Community Center of Central Florida. The event will take place at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3 (185 Orchard Street) on Tuesday, August 2nd at 8:15pm. Sage will be joined by special guests Grammy® nominee Seth Glier, along with Brooklyn-based artist Matt Nakoa & Michelle Citrin.


Rachael Sage Hits #11 on Top 40 Radio Chart!

Rachael's first single "Try Try Try" was serviced to AC (Adult Contemporary) radio in April and has had a steady climb up the chart through the month of May clocking in at #50, then #35. In June, we saw a huge jump to #11, alongside P!nk, Rachel Platten, Justin Timberlake & Ellie Goulding (up 86 positions from #97 in its debut week). The album is also spinning on over 130+ Triple A & College Stations all over the U.S. & Canada!

Rachael Sage Releases Official Video For "I Don't Believe It"

PopMatters just premiered the video for Rachael's inspiring single "I Don't Believe It." Featuring up-and-coming dancer Kaci King, the video explores themes of empowerment and self-confidence through a variety of styles of dance including ballet and tap.

"An uplifting and powerful piece of music...picks you up, dusts you off and tells you that the bullies were wrong and aims to show one how much self-worth they have and how much they have to offer the world." - PopMatters

Click here to watch.

"Try Try Try" Hits Top 40

Rachael Sage's "Try Try Try" has hit No. 35 on the FMQB Adult Contemporary radio chart, among heavy-hitters like Adele, Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson and more! Thanks for all of your support! Be sure to keep listening, and keep requesting the song at your local station!

"Choreographic" Out Now!

Watch Rachael Sage's "Choreographic" EPK

Rachael Sage's new album "Choreographic" is available now! To celebrate it's release, Rachael is sharing a new video epk, where she discusses the process behind the dance-inspired album.

WATCH the EPK here!

Download the album here!

Rachael Sage's "Try Try Try" Reaches #50 on FMQB's Adult Contemporary Top 200 Chart

Rachael's first single "Try Try Try" was serviced to AC (Adult Contemporary) radio, and has quickly climbed to #50, alongside Elle King, Rachel Platten, & Ellie Goulding (up 47 positions from #97 in its debut week).

Call your local station and request the song! Find out more here.

Seth Glier Appears on WOODTV in Grand Rapids, MI

Before returning to Seven Steps Up for the Pin Drop Concert Series on April 30th, Seth and his band appeared on WOODTV 8 in Grand Rapids, MI. Watch the clip here.

"Heaven (Is A Grocery Store Clerk)" Premieres at Glide Magazine

"Heaven (Is A Grocery Clerk)", the first song on Rachael Sage's upcoming album Choreographic, is streaming now at Glide Magazine. The song is named after a painting by Rachael's dear friend Riki Chen, and its a tribute to his resilient creative spirit.

Glide says: “Heaven (Is a Grocery Clerk)’ off Choreographic, a colorful work that shares flourishes of Sigur Rós and Kate Bush, and identifies Sage as a divine musical visionary."

Click here to listen