Women In Country: Rachele Lynae on songwriting & women in the genre

Women In Country: Rachele Lynae on songwriting & women in the genre

Rachele Lynae knew early on that she wanted to be a performer, growing up in Alaska, she was surrounded by creative people and unique storytellers. From writers, artists, photographers, and more; she was constantly surrounded by inspiring people that showcased the beauty of the world around them. So, when it came time to find her own artistic endevours, she gravitated towards the art of storytelling in musical form. By 17, she was already traveling the world and performing along the west coast, before jetting off to Nashville to attend Belmont University.

1399045644.62184.0727RETOUCH_loresCountry fans know her from her party anthem, Party ‘Til the Cows Come Home as well as her newest single Whole Lotta Nothin’. She’s worked with other strong females in the genre, including Jamie O’Neal and her friends Hannah Bethel, finding a place within the artistic community that helps to drive her creativity and provide the groundwork for her to grow as an artist. When I met up with her during CMA Fest, we had a chance to chat about her newest single, what inspires her, and the importance of being a woman in the current country music landscape.

Take a listen to our interview below, then check out her official website for new releases and tour information.



Leave a Reply