Rachael Sage Premieres New Song
"Invisible Light" on Popmatters.com Today
Dates with Judy Collins Announced* June Live Shows Added
10th studio album "Haunted By You" Out May 22nd.
New York, NY: Amidst a run of special pre-release live shows, Rachael Sage has premiered new song"Invisible Light" on April 18th, via Popmatters.com. Hear it HERE and then head over to www.rachaelsage.com to get the free download of the song. Rachael recently gave us another sneak peek of her 10th studio album, Haunted By You (MPress Records) our May 22nd, with the premiere of new track "Abby Would You Wait" on Huffington Post. That song is also available for free download on her website.
Additionally, Rachael has just announced several more live dates. She will open for legendary Judy Collins during two special Northeast shows May 2nd and May 3rd. After an album release show at Joe's Pubin NYCon May 19th, she will hit the road in June to continue U.S. tour that has now expanded to include Lexington, KY, Evanston, IL, Indianapolis, IN, Raleigh, NC, Birmingham, AL and more. Haunted By You is a stunning new collection of guitar and piano-driven songs about the pain and pleasure of passion, love and soul mates - don't miss your chance to see one of independent music's most celebrated performers bring these song to life on stage.
Celebrated songstress Rachael Sage is set to release her 10th studio album Haunted By You on May 22nd, on the label she owns and operates, MPress Records. Rachael has had an illustrious career as an independent artist, respected and praised by the likes of the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Rolling Stone and Billboard. She has shared the stage with Ani DiFranco, Sarah McLachlan and Shawn Colvin and her songs have appeared on MTV, HBO and the "Fame" soundtrack. She has made a name for herself as one of the most active touring artists in independent music with her theatrical stage show, signature flair and colorful stage banter. Billboard has said "her keen ironic sense of humor and quirky sense of the profound is what makes her special as a songwriter" and RollingStone.com called her a "genuine talent." This year, her label MPress Records received its first GRAMMY nomination and its first Billboard charting record.
Praise for Rachael Sage:
"Genuine talent...where there's poignancy there is also subtlety, unforced passion and knowing observation/" - Rollingstone.com
"...her keen ironic sense of humor and quirky sense of the profound is what makes her special as a songwriter...Sage is the stitch between the great rock and pop traditions of the past and what those traditions have wrought in the hypermodern world of the present." - Billboard
"...a uniquely rebellious style as quirky as it is passionate - the quintessential East Villiage Renaissance woman." - Keyboard
Rachael Sage & The Sequins On Tour!
||Club Passim (w/ Gregory Douglass)
||Higher Ground (w/ Gregory Douglass)
||Blue (w/ Gregory Douglass)
||Cafe Nine (w/ Gregory Douglass)
||New Haven, CT
||Barre Opera House (opening for Judy Collins)
||Infinity Music Hall (opening for Judy Collins)
||"Meet The Artist" Series @ Lincoln Center Rubenstein Atrium
||New York, NY
||Cyber Cafe West
||"Target Free Thursday" Series @ Lincoln Center Rubenstein Atrium
||New York, NY
||New York, NY
||S.P.A.C.E (w/ Al Stewart)
||The Frequency (w/ Vogelzang & Phox)
||Des Moines, IA
||The Tin Angel (w/ SONiA)
||Jammin Java (w/ SONiA)
||Pour House Music Hall (w/ SONiA)
||Eddie's Attic (w/ SONiA)
||Cain Park (w/ Dar Williams)
||Cleveland Height, OH
||Moonlight on the Mountain (w/ SONiA)
||Moondilla House Concert (w/ SONiA)