Introducing Rachel Flowers’ second solo album: Going Somewhere. Inspired by some of Rachel’s favorite artists, an eclectic group of greats, including Kirk Franklin, Talking Heads, Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder, and Prince, Rachel truly goes somewhere only she can go, taking a grateful audience along for the ride.
On March 11, 2016 the music world lost a rock god, an icon, a legend. Rachel lost a mentor and a friend. On May 28th of that same year, in an evening of tears, laughter, and most of all music, Keith Emerson’s life was celebrated by some of his dearest friends and colleagues. Rachel[…]
To help us remember what Memorial Day is really about, in honor of our fallen heros.
Rachel met Greg Lake in May of 2012 when he performed at the Ventura Theater during his “Songs of a Lifetime” tour. Shortly after that, he arranged for Rachel to come to his show in La Quinta, California so that they could spend some quality time together. During that weekend[…]
I was glad to know him, along with Keith. When he was doing his solo tour “Songs of a Lifetime,” Greg showed me some fun classical pieces; one of them was a variation on a theme by Liszt, and having me focus on the melody. Sometime later after Keith’s death,[…]
Rachel Flowers is very excited to tell you that her first album, Listen, is now available! Is it jazz? Is it classical? Is it rock? Yes!
Rachel was recently in Hawaii for screenings of the documentary film Hearing is Believing and several jazz club performances. While there Rachel stopped by Hawaii Public Radio’s Atherton Performing Arts Studio to record an interview with Dave Lawrence for All Things Considered.
Rachel Flowers in KEYBOARD Magazine “KEITH NOEL EMERSON, 1944-2016” by Jerry Korvasky – May 19, 2016 http://www.keyboardmag.com/…/keith-noel-emerson-1944-…/58127 RACHEL FLOWERS – “I first heard Keith’s music at a friend’s house when I was nine; it was a Best Of Emerson, Lake & Palmer compilation. When I heard the synthesizer section of[…]
I’m trying to think of the best way to say these thoughts. It’s very interesting listening to Emerson’s recordings and catching the difference in his playing later on. My favorites are the early stuff from the 1960s and 1970s. That’s when he was at his very best! He played a[…]