Rachel Rose

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Rachel Ana Wilson Rose Mid-20's aspiring vocalist and lyricist. I've been singing and preforming ever since I could walk and talk, respectively. **On hiatus, attending to personal crises.** *Gathering resources in the meantime, including - but not limited to - audio recording equipment.* Please pay attention to my lyrics. They are my music's heart, and each song is a piece of my soul. If you see/hear a recording in which my vocals aren't great, keep listening. I guarantee there's hidden gold! I've been practicing overcoming a bizarre form of "stage" fright - one which has nothing to do with any "stage," or even audience size; it has everything to do with equipment (amplifiers, microphones, cameras, etc.). I have made a lot of progress over the years, and as The Beatles say: "it's gettin' better all the time!" For this reason, I'm constantly making new videos of the same songs so as to achieve lessened nerves and better vocal quality. Playing guitar also tends to throw me off - it's not my "performing instrument." Speaking of guitars, mine is named Lizzy. She's a 3/4 sized Fender Squire fully acoustic. ~~~Comment ~~~ Like ~~~ Follow ~~~ Subscribe~~~ ~~~>Links to most of my media accounts can be found here on my profile. If there's anything missing, try searching "rachelrose294" on any platform; I try to always keep my tag the same for everyone's convenience, so if I have an account, then you'll most likely find me with it. :3 Now, onward! Have fun, and enjoy the vibe!! ***Peace, Love, and Music*** ~R.A.W.R.

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What is music to you? What does it give you?

Music is life; heart, soul, mind, body. Music reaches into the deepest parts of us that we, ourselves, have even forgotten and dredges up all those buried and lost emotions, memories, joys and tears. Music is also a form of creative expression that allows us a positive and productive outlet for our experiences.

What is your music dream?

I simply wish to heal people. Music allows me to convey a message of empathy, emotion, hope, and mutual human experiences. If I become famous, of course I won't complain, but ultimately fame isn't important to me. One can't possibly hope to truly connect and converse with their fans when selling even 50 tickets to any gig - let alone THOUSANDS of seats at stadiums or auditoriums.

If you could change the world - what would you start with?

I'd start with the (wo)man in the mirror.

Which is the most memorable song from your childhood?

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Who are your favorite musical artists or bands?

I'm pretty sure I listed most of them in my "Influences..." Every song, every artist that I adore, has influenced me in some way.

What inspires you to make music?

Anything, really. :3

What is the message you want to send with your music?

"We all have our peaks and valleys in the journey of life. While no two are identical, there are an abundance of overlays. You are not alone in your experiences; we share in triumph just as we share in despair. All it takes is opening a line of communication."

How do you feel when you perform in front of an audience?

The audience doesn't phase me; it's exhilarating. I love knowing that my songs are able to pull heartstrings, or give people "eureka!" moments, or simply get the population thinking.

How do you see the musicians’ reality nowadays? What could be improved?

There's too much greed and self-interest; "artists" sell out far too often, and the most widely-spread messages seem to be about all the wrong things. What we need - us, the artists, as well as the world at large - is more genuine compassion and soul.

What do you think of Drooble?

So far, it seems pretty nifty. Seeing as this is my first time using Drooble, I'm not yet certain of how much weight that sentiment holds.

What frustrates you most as a musician?

How accurately the term "starving artist" depicts me. x'D

Do you support your local scene as a fan? How?

As best I can, yes. I don't have the means to purchase any merchandise, let alone tickets to anywhere. However, I do share links and participate in the whole "like for like," "sub for sub," etc. scene. Once I'm in a position to make larger contributions to the community, I absolutely will.

What qualities should a musician nowadays have in order to get their music heard by a larger audience?

If I knew the answer to this, I'd probably be faring much better than I am.

Share some awesome artists that we’ve never heard of.

There are likely a few of these in my "Influences" list, as well. I can't really think of any others off the top of my head that aren't likely known.