Rachel Alexandra Albang
lots of those solo singer songwriter gals! and the Beatles were my first love!
Songs by Rachel Alexandra Albang
Difference in this World
Let Me Love You
More of You
Think About Tomorrow
Level of Experience:
ON MY WAY
By myself | With others | For others
I prefer to write:
Lyrics | Melody
First CD finished and available on CD Baby at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/rachelalexandraalbang2
I am interested in:
Web Cowriting | Face to face Cowriting | Networking | Pitching Songs to Artists | Pitching Songs To Tv/Film/Etc.
Rachel Alexandra Albang (aka Snow White) is an independent singer/songwriter/guitarist who has been writing songs seriously (while having fun at the same time) for the last fifteen years. She has released her first digital short album about a range of subjects including making a difference in the world, finding faith and of course a bit about love, but is feeling inclined to add more songs (including a cover or two) before releasing a more complete, tangible CD/record! Yes, a good old-fashioned record!
Her style is indie/folk/pop with slight dashes of country and she has been likened to Suzy Bogguss (country/pop), Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Taylor Swift, Sarah McLachlin (but "more fun"!), Sarah Bareilles, Dido, Colbi Caillat...
For special occasions, or out of the blue inspirations on just about any topic, Rachel writes quirky, unique songs with a combination of humour and sentiment, such as a song for Translink about the pros and cons of riding the buses. Rachel won tickets to the CCMA's in Saskatoon in 2012 after winning a contest with SAC by writing a song about Saskatchewan! She had the pleasure of appearing on the television show Urban Rush to sing one of her specially written songs. Over the years, Rachel has studied with the pros such as Bill Henderson of Chilliwack, Eddie Schwartz (Hit Me with Your Best Shot), Laura Doyle and Adaline, and feels she can never learn enough about writing a good song.
Rachel is also a writer and is completing a series of books called The Art of Stretching Your Dollar. You can check out her blog at www.artofdollarstretching.com.