Rachel Proctor | Only Lonely Girl

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Only Lonely Girl

by Rachel Proctor

Singer-Songwriter, Rachel Proctor, wrote "Where Would You Be" and "Everybody Does" for country artist Martina McBride. Her debut album on BNA records included the top 20 hit "Me and Emily."
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Baby Don't Let Me Go
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2. Cool Water
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3. Only Lonely Girl
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4. Stronger Hearts
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5. Better Off Now
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6. The Noise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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BIO

Rachel Proctor was born in Charleston, West Virginia and started singing at the age of six. Rachel traveled all over the country to participate in talent competitions including the hit TV show “Star Search” in 1989. She moved to Nashville at the age of eighteen to become the youngest staff writer ever signed to Warner-Chappell Music. After singing background vocals for Blake Shelton, Rachel got a recording contract of her own with the RCA Music Group. In July of 2004 her album "Where I Belong" debuted at #8 on the Billboard Country Album Charts. The record produced two top twenty singles, "Days Like This" and "Me and Emily". The latter, a song about domestic abuse, became an anthem for abused women across the world and earned praise from President Bush, Senator Kerry, and Attorney General Ashcroft. Rachel is a staff writer at Full Circle Music and has written songs for Tanya Tucker, Nashville Star winner Erika Jo, Kenny Loggins (a duet Kenny sings with Rachel), Katrina Elam, Blake Shelton and one of Martina McBride's greatest hits, "Where Would You Be."

RACHEL’S CUTS AND HITS

Martina McBride (RCA)
“Where Would You Be”
“Everybody Does”

Kenny Loggins
“Never Get Enough Of Me” a duet with Rachel

Tanya Tucker
“Good Enough”

Blake Shelton (Warner Brothers)
“I Have Been Lonely”


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Ken Sidders

It's well worth it!!!
This is an amazing CD from a great Woman, Songwriter and Artist that it has been my pleasure knowing for the last 3 to 4 years. The music is amazing with my favorite being The Noise and Stronger Hearts. If you pass this CD up you will be making a big mistake. Just listening to the songs and see for yourself.

Andrea Huntoon

what a great suprise!
I found her on myspace and heard 1 song and decided to just buy the CD, why not for $6... What a good move! Not only did it ship immediately but it was a wonderful CD. Hopefully there's another CD to come soon... Go ahead, give it a try, you will not be sorry!

Mark Greenwood

This Will Not Disapoint!!
If you've been wondering what Rachel Proctor has been up to lately, well it looks like she's been writing her butt off and recording some very personal and moving songs. This CD is a true independent effort, with major studio production. Every track is a gem and the price can not be beat. I highly recommend this CD. The only thing that I didn't like was that there were only 6 songs, but thats only becasue I just wanted more. Rachel Proctor is a very talented songwriter and singer, I hope that you enjoy "Only Lonely Girl" as much as I do.

Jeff

Beautiful voice
Had the pleasure to see her at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville on Sept.5th. She is a wonderful lady with a beautiful voice,If anyone has the chance to see her PLEASE GO.

Mark McGregory

Incredible CD
This CD is great. Rachel's major label CD was great...but since she took the reigns, this CD is Awesome. The writing is awesome (thanks, Rachel), the singing is incredible (thanks, Rachel) and...the production is spot on (again...thank's Rachel). If you got her major label release and liked it....you WILL love this. I'm LOVING this CD.. You will too.

Michael Robinson

Outstanding Album
Rachel Proctor is one of my favorite artists. Her songs are intelligent and she has a voice that won't quit. My favorite, on this album, was "The Noise" which is haunting and thoroughly addictive.

Ron Patton (aka "Ropatt")

Stronger Hearts
Very cool title and overall well written and performed. I really enjoyed listening to it. Two Thumbs Up!

Samantha Stotesbery

Amazing Album
I ordered this album online, and it couldn't get to me fast enough! I love everything about the CD. I think "Only Lonely Girl" is a very relatable song, and women especially will fall in love with it. "Stronger Hearts" and "Cool Water" both make my heart smile. I love Rachel's delivery of "Better Off Now". Her voice has just enough edge to make it believable. "Baby Don't Let Me Go" was a great way to start off the album, just as the acoustic version of "The Noise" was a perfect way to wrap everything up. Overall, it is an amazing album that everyone can enjoy.

Norma Schiller

Fantastic CD
This is the best CD I have heard in a long time. Rachel is a very talented songwriter and artist! I give a big thumbs up to this CD! You will love it!
Norma

Keith Small II

Streak!!!
I have not yet heard a "Rachel Proctor" song that I didn't like.... You (again) place your heart & soul in every note that you release.... thank you for being an 'Artist'.... there are very few of you in music today
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