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Hey.....Guys....., Gooooood vibes here!!.......................
It's been a pleasure stopping by...................Come on over to our place..when you get a chance......,put your feet up.....and sit a while...x:)))xx
much loveeeee to you rach!! <3
Diggit,y'all!!! Good to see/hear upper north Houston region kickin' a**!!! Keep it up and keep on Pushin'!!!
I met Rachel in the Woodlands, she has a lot of talent, but she tries too hard to hit notes she knows she cannot hit, also, she is victim to what I call "the vibrato curse", meaning that she uses it too much. But she is one of the most down to earth front women I have ever met. What everyone else has said is very true, her music is powerful, driven, and is VERY easy to fall into, and overall, I have no true hate or even harsh critisism. Her voice speaks for itself, and her band knows what they are doing. The manager is friendly, easy to talk to, and is not pushy about anything.
Love these guys! Great and awesome peeps! Excellent Band!
I would like this for Antisocial Network Radio.. Message me if you're interested in some airplay.. \m/ Thanks
Kick ass music! Would love to play a show with you guys!
Okay. I am a huge fan of strong female vocals from Halestorm, Lita Ford, Otep, In This Moment, all fucking amazing and so damn versatile. But it isn't just the leading lady's voice that makes it great. It is the musicians ability to imagine, create and tailor impressively composed magnificence with every pluck, strum, and cymbal smash. I can honestly say this is pretty damn good. Also, the cooky, half dead tones in the verse of tell me was enough to get my head rocking, but all of it bleeding through the vocals and I was hooked. I am absolutely a fan of this!
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