Rachael Sage to Celebrate 10th Anniversary of PUBLIC RECORD Album at Cafe Carlyle, 11/21
The innovative art-pop chanteuse and songwriter Rachael Sage celebrates the 10th anniversary of her top-selling album "Public Record" in an exclusive one-night only engagement at the renowned Café Carlyle at the Carlyle Hotel, on Thursday November 21 at 10:45pm. Featured as part of the Carlyle's new Late Show Series, Sage will be joined by longtime collaborator Russ Johnson (Elvis Costello, Aretha Franklin) on trumpet, and cellist Stephanie Winters (Richie Havens, Paula Cole), who played all the original string parts on "Public Record."
A John Lennon Songwriting Grand Prize winner, Sage has earned several Independent Music Awards, and OUTMusic Awards. The singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist performs over 150 shows internationally throughout the year, as a soloist, and with her band The Sequins, opening frequently for Judy Collins, and appearing with Sarah McLachlan, Marc Cohn, Suzanne Vega and Ani DiFranco.
"Public Record," co-produced in 2003 with Grammy winner Andy Zulla (Rod Stewart, Kelly Clarkson, Megan Hilty), is put out by Sage's label MPress Records. The label, which Sage conceived as a breeding ground for eclectic, multi-dimensional artists, also reps Melissa Ferrick and Seth Glier. The break-out album contains the fan favorites "Too Many Women" (included in the soundtrack of "Fame"), "Someone Save Me" (which she wrote in high school as a response to bullying), and "Frost" (a staple in the competive dance world).
Signed copies of the album will be offered to all attendees on Thursday November 21, coincidentally Sage's birthday. Between now and November 21, "Public Record" is available at a special tenth anniversary discount by visiting www.rachaelsage.com