Rachael Warfield is a singer-songwriter, pianist and guitarist. Rachael's voice is subtle and electric while her music exhibits the flare and originality required to draw fans closer. Her expression is passionate, and her music infuses elements of Soul, Funk, Blues, R&B, and Alternative Rock.
A Jax beach Florida native, Rachael Warfield has been singing and performing in numerous off-broadway musical productions since the age of three, including garnishing the lead role of ‘Annie’ by the time she was eight years old. By thirteen, Rachael was admitted into Douglas Anderson High-School of the Performing Arts where she majored in vocal music and studied piano. She continued fine-tuning her musical and song writing abilities throughout high school, leading to her introduction to producer, Tony Coluccio.
Tony Coluccio began working with Rachael at sixteen, and helped in developing her talents as a professional vocalist and accomplished song writer. Tony and Rachael produced select material together, including her two singles, 'Take Me Away' and 'Out of My Mind'. In 2010, Rachael began performing extensively in restaurants and clubs all throughout Florida, as well as in New York City at the Sidewalk Cafe, The Duplex, The Back Fence, The Path Cafe, Paddy Reily's, Vin-Tich Night Club, and 809 Music Hall. She then worked with Grammy-award winning producer, Bob Rosa on the mixing and mastering of her original song ‘Out of my Mind.
She began touring with Pablito Drum throughout the Dominican Republic in 2011 and received acclaim in New York's ‘My Lifestyle Magazine’ for her performances in 2011. She also toured Florida with the Rachael Warfield Band in the Fall of 2011, and performed in performance Halls and Jazz clubs such as Freebird Live, The Van Dyke Cafe, CW17 Your Jax Music Fest, Rhett's Piano Bar, and Jack Rabbits. Rachael received acclaim for her Florida tour in St. Augustine's Ignition Magazine, Jacksonville's Buzz Magazine, and Northeast Florida's Void Magazine, The Folio Weekly, and EU Magazine.
Rachael became a new featured artist on iheartradio in March of 2012. Following, she was invited to perform in the Great Atlantic Music Festival in Florida, Dancing in the Streets Music Festival in Florida, as well as invited to perform in 2013's Springing the Blues Music Festival (Florida's largest outdoor free music festival). Rachael continued recording and writing for her debut album, and recorded two original songs with Grammy award-winning and nominated producer, Randy Cantor, in September of 2012. The songs included, ‘Love I gave to you' and 'You say you love me but you don't'.
In 2013, Rachael Warfield opened the Springing the Blues Music Festival with the National Anthem, followed by the opening performance of the festival with her 10 piece band. In June, she performed at the Seawalk Music Festival and Roscolusa Songwriter's Music Festival in Ponte Vedra, Fl, and she was later invited to perform at MagFest in Suwannee, Fl in October. She toured the East Coast of Florida with nine show dates in the Fall of 2013.
In the Spring of 2014, Rachael began working again with Grammy award-winning producer, Bob Rosa, on the production and engineering of three additional original songs. She then performed in the Soul Tour in April in Jacksonville, Fl. In July 2014, Rachael signed a record deal with EnnEcho Records. She is currently working on writing and recording her debut album, with a tentative commercial release date of February 2015. She will then begin a Radio Circuit Tour to promote her first single from her debut album, followed by a Festival Circuit Tour in the summer of 2015.