“TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Sept. 8, 2015) - ole, the world's fastest growing independent rights management company, has announced the eight finalists who will perform live at the inaugural on the spot competition during CCMA Country Music Week on September 12th from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Dome in Halifax, NS. The full list of finalists can be found below. Augusta Ray Katia Zuccarelli Tanya Ryan Brea Lawrenson Amanda Riley Mark Times Runaway Angel Rachel Layne”
“I think this is a girl to keep your eye on. In her bio she say’s her favorite thing to do is write and I could see her writing songs that will win Grammy’s. Her songwriting style has such a beautiful vibe, very raw and honest. As a music fan I like it when I can hear the vulnerability in the voice and the words. I think Rachel is able to do that with style and class.”
“Singer and song composer, Rachel Layne is using her passion and gift as a musician to raise awareness about the stewardship of our environment.”
“Contestant Raises her Voice for the Environment. Rachel Layne, age 16, is using her voice, piano and guitar to tell stories about her encounters with the natural world and its wild inhabitants. Watch her live performance in this interview with Shaw TV Okanagan.”
"Diamonds in the Rough" at Canadian Country Music Week –Demotix Rachel Layne performs in the second set at the Diamonds in the Rough Showcase.
“This past Friday, West Kelowna’s Rachel Layne Pavlakovic had the honour of being the BC/Yukon Command of the Royal Canadian Legion’s Patriot Voice and sang the opening Anthem at the BC Lions Football game at BC Place. She also sang Amazing Grace as part of the Halftime Show which was a Salute to Veterans and Military Valour.”
“Announcing the winner of the Legion Patriot Voice Contest - Rachel Layne”
“The Okanagan proved it has big talent at Friday's Get to Know Celebration event in Kelowna. Grade five student Mia Tibando is one example, pictured here in an interview with Shaw TV. An audience of all ages was treated to an impressive slideshow of 107 local art pieces, along with a beautiful live performance by 16 year old singer songwriter Rachel Layne.”