Country singer Rachele Lynae began writing her first songs at the age of 12, and by 17 was touring up and down the West Coast.
Born in California but raised in Alaska, she attributes much of her early creative growth to the small but vibrant artistic scene in her hometown of Kodiak. She continued to develop her sound gigging around Nashville while attending college at Belmont University, making the rounds at local honky tonks like the legendary Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. During her senior year she recorded a five-song EP that eventually made its way to country star and producer Jamie O'Neal. After signing with O'Neal's newly launched Momentum Music Group label in 2012, Lynae released her first single, the country-rock party anthem "Party Til the Cows Come Home." She continued to work with O'Neal recording the tracks that would eventually make up her self-titled debut LP, which was released in early 2014. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi