Rachel Regan | Wandering Child

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Wandering Child

by Rachel Regan

Acoustic, Folk, Celtic, Melodic and tuneful
Genre: Folk: like Joni
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1. Eirigh
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2. Wandering Child
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3. Dont Fall Through
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4. Home By the River Lee
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5. Forbidden Kiss
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6. Babygirl
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7. Chances
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8. Warning
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9. Fantasia
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10. What Should I Do?
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Rachel Regan , born and raised in Manchester, England has been playing music since and early age, formed a traditional Irish band which had success on local Tv and radio stations before moving to Ireland at age 21.She has been writing original material since her late teens with much success.After years of writing and performing she finally recorded her debut album "Wandering Child" in Cork. Described as a very mature sound for someone her age she mixes piano, guitar, whistle, strings and haunting female vocals to provide a very strong and powerful sound.
Compared to Kate Bush with a celtic feel, Rachel's songs represent an honest and very raw look at life, love and feelings of hope. Her instrumentals conjure up images of rural Ireland and create a very atmoepheric feel.
With catchy melodies and powerful harmonies you will definately find yourself singing along to these songs long after hearing them.


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