Rachael Sage is one of those singer-songwriters who may have had a hope for musical success but who kept putting out which was true to her own because she felt absolutely compelled to do so. Seven albums later (marked by 2006 release The Blistering Sun), that true-to-herself attitude has worked in her favor and she has gained a strong following of who love her for her strong lyrics, alternative attitude and eclectic musical self-accompaniment.

Sage can be seen on her own and at several festivals in the coming months:

Rachael Sage 2007

• January 26th in Milford, CT at the Milford Center for the Arts
• February 17th – 21st in , TN at the NACA National Convention
• February 21st – 25th in Memphis, TN at the International Folk Alliance Conference
• March 14th – 18th in , at the 2007 SxSW Festival
• March 25th in , NY at the Lyceum
• April 20th in Des Moines, IA at the Ritual Café
• April 22nd in Ann Arbor, MI at a reservations only house concert
• April 23rd in Grand Rapids, MI at One Trick Pony
• April 29th – May 2nd in , IL at the NARM Convention
• May 4th in Binghamton, NY at Cyber Café West
• May 10th in , VT at Firehouse Gallery
• May 12th in , ME at ’s Head Soup Lounge
• May 17th – 19th in Louisville, KY at Non-COMMvention

Sage is an artist a diverse background in , having won awards in multiple genres including indie, rock, acoustic, R&B, and even . She brings this eclectic background to her performances, challenging herself to push her own boundaries in order to deliver a better show each time.

Sample some of her music at elbo.ws and The Hype Machine, or read ahead for a video gem from

Rachael Sage – “What If” [YouTube]

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