Join singer/songwriter Rachel Seiler for an acoustic night of original songs in what will be her last St. Louis concert before moving to Nashville this fall.
Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, Rachel Seiler’s sweet personality and positive attitude leaves an impression on audiences. She grew a passion for music at a very young age and got her start by singing at her church and in talent shows. She began writing when she started college, as a way to express her emotions. Seiler is a believer in country music and has been heavily influenced by Patsy Cline, Keith Urban and Sara Evans. During the summer of 2016, she moved to Nashville, TN as an intern at Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI). There, she pursued her music career and began recording her debut album.
January 14, 2017 marked Seiler’s release of her self-titled debut album. The album was recorded at Mainframe Recording Studio in Nashville, and includes big name musicians such as Jack Pearson (The Allman Brothers) along with Doug Jernigan (Steel Guitar Hall of Fame), and Ray Flacke. Seiler says, “I love the recording process. I have learned so much and feel so blessed to have had the chance to dig deeper into my music.” She will graduate from Webster University in St. Louis with a Bachelor’s of Music in Songwriting in May 2017. Seiler’s goal is to write and perform music that speaks to others. She says, “music has always been there for me and now it’s my time to give back.” Currently she is planning a small tour to promote her new album and continues to write music that will touch the lives of others.
$12 at the door
All seating is general admission.
Born to Johnny Cash and Vivian Liberto Cash before The Man in Black hit it big in Memphis, Tennessee in 1955. She learned the country music ropes touring with her father after high school before scoring a record deal in 1978. She released her debut album, Right or Wrong, in 1980 and scored three top 25 singles. Her second album, Seven Year Ache, earned her mainstream success. The album featured two #1 hits and earned Cash her first Gold plaque. She took time off to record her third album, Rhythm & Romance, in 1985 and earned a Grammy Award the same year for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Cash closed out the '80s with her compilation album, Hits 1979-1989, and was honored by Billboard as the Top Singles Artist of the Year.
Cash continued to tour and record throughout the '90s and the new millennium. She most recently released The List, in 2009, which debuted at #5 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. She was portrayed in the Academy-Award winning film about her famous father, Walk The Line, and released a children's book and memoir in the 2000s. Currently on tour, Roseanne Cash will be visiting select venues nationally throughout 2011. She is a living country legend and storyteller. Stay on top of Roseanne Cash tour dates when she visits your area; Use Eventful as your concert calendar.