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Rachel Baiman


  1. 1.
    I Could've Been Your Lover Too
  2. 2.
    Something To Lose
  3. 3.
    Thinkin' On You
  4. 4.
    Madison Tennessee (feat. Molly Tuttle) - Molly Tuttle
  5. 5.
    Tent City
Rachel Baiman is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter specializing in old time, bluegrass, Scottish, and folk music.
Inspired in equal parts by John Hartford and Courtney Barnett, Baiman’s influences span a wide range, but years spent playing traditional music shine through in Shame's firmly rooted sound.
Baiman grew up in Chicago, Illinois. She has described her father as a "radical economist" and her mother is a social worker. When she was young, her parents took her to meetings at the Ethical Humanist Society of Greater Chicago. After becoming an Illinois State Fiddle champion at age 17, she moved to Nashville to pursue music.
Baiman is the co-founder of Folk Fights Back, a musician-led national organization that puts together benefit concerts and awareness events in response to the Trump administration. She also performs in the fiddle duo 10 String Symphony with Christian Sedelmyer. Her 2017 album Shame was produced by Mandolin Orange's Andrew Marlin.


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