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Rachael Johnson / Bio

Growing up in the original "Mayberry", Rachael Johnson knew her destination was Nashville! At her first Garth Brooks concert Rachael's destiny was determined. One month after completing her Bachelor's in Criminal Justice Rachael found herself sleeping on the floor of her newly rented Nashville apartment. Rachael landed a day job to help pay the bills and hit the local hot spots to figure out what to do next. She was fortunate enough to meet, soon to be signed, singer/songwriter Craig Campbell and became a regular sit in at his show at The Stage on Broadway. Rachael began meeting other artists and talented musicians and was able to put together a band and had shows of her own. Within a year Rachael was able to quit her day job and let music pay the bills! She was playing 20-25 gigs a month in Nashville and surrounding cities and traveling to venues in Alabama and opened for Craig Campbell on one of her many trips to NC. Rachael's catalog of original music was expanding and she was doing writer's nights and even hosting a few. Her original songs gained her new fans and praise from established songwriters in Nashville. Along with Craig Campbell, Rachael has shared the stage with Josh Thompson, Chris Young and Trent Tomlinson. Rachael's writing and love for music have been influenced by a range of artists from Merle Haggard to the Beatles. Rachael's inner soul escapes when she opens her mouth to sing. Rachael's voice has been described as unique and unmistakable. It has been said, "If you were to hear her on the radio you would know....that's Rachael Johnson".

General Info

Band Members
Rachael Johnson-lead vocals, acoustic guitar; Beau Hendrich - lead guitar, background vocals; Doug Littlejohn - Bass guitar, background vocals; Derek Smith: Dru
Artist Name
Rachael Johnson
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/rachaeljohnson
Genres
Country / Rock

Contact Info

Location
Nashville, TN
Manager
Wade Johnson
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