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Presidential Lecture & Performance Series

Rachael Price

Friday, November 13, 2009 | 7:00 pm

TTU Allen Theatre

  • $12 General Admission
  • TTU Students - 1 free ticket with valid ID at the SUB ticket booth
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at TTU Members - $10.00 general admission ticket with valid ID at the Select-A-Seat Civic Center office or SUB ticket booth
  • Select-A-Seat: (806) 770-2000

CD signing immediately following.
Rachael Price
"Price is right for Jazz Stardom" - The Boston Herald
Videos

SERENADE IN BLUE
Live from Rising Stars Jazz Series

THE BORDER SONG
Live from Society of Singers
Elton John Tribute

About Rachael Price

With command performances for legends Sir Elton John at The Society of Singers, Robert Goulet for the famed Shubert Organization, among others, 22-year-old Rachael Price is proving early accolades to be prophetic. KC Porter, Grammy-Award winning producer exclaims, "Rachael Price is incredible. I would say she is one of the most gifted of the young singers that are out there right now. I think Rachael is one of the very few singers that has the talent to sing so many different styles. She does a soulful, jazzy, folky blend that I've never heard... She has a voice that is just unparalleled."

Born in Australia, raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Rachael Price began her career at the age of 18, opening for Joshua Redman at New Haven's "Jazz On The Green," receiving a standing ovation. Ever since then, Price and her acclaimed trio have been wowing audiences, critics, and other professional musicians alike with her rich, exuberant voice and engaging performances. At the Society of Singers Gala to honor Sir Elton John, Rachael "had the ballroom shaking with Elton's old 'Holy Moses,' which had people jumping up again." A young star on the rise, Rachael has talent, skill, and personality; a true jazz gem!

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