Rachel Goodrich biography

Rachel Goodrich

Musical Artist

1984 –

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Who is Rachel Goodrich?

Rachel Goodrich is an American musician from Miami, Florida. Her music has been described as an "eclectic blend of vaudeville-inspired indie pop, swing-jazz and country-folk."

Her first album, Tinker Toys, was self-released in 2008 to which the New York Times dubbed her as a "queen of the Miami indie rock scene".

The second, self-titled album was produced by Grammy-nominated music producer Greg Wells.

Goodrich's song, "Light Bulb", was featured in an episode of the TV series Weeds, and the song also features in a Crayola commercial advertisement. A remix of the song was made by Awesome New Republic and used on the BT Infinity – "Light Streams" advert.

The songs, "Light Bulb", "Piggy Bank" & "Ukulele Water" were featured in the MTV show My Life As Liz.

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Born
Apr 19, 1984
Miami
Also known as
  • Rachel goodrich
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

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on July 23, 2013

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