Rachel has built a diverse repertoire of favorites and americana flavored originals. Inspired by the jack of all trades style of Bonnie Raitt, Rachel also points to the years of Grateful Dead shows steeping her in an eclectic musical tea. Rachel has now booked, managed and performed several regional tours as a solo act, earning her crucial experience in the business of music, promotion and logistics of a working music career. Her internet presence led to a two week tour of Japan in 2003. For a crowd of over 2,500 people, Rachel performed for the annual charity walk-a-thon at the amazing Nagoya Castle park and as headline act at the Country Jamboree accompanied by the talented Tom Corbett on mandolin and guitar. Rachel's 'Young & Beautiful' tour took her over 5,600 miles around the wild west in the spring of 2006. Behind the wheel of her 35 foot, 1971 GMC schoolbus named 'Patience', Rachel's 23 date, 11 state, 7 week tour was the long awaited achievement of one very determined artist. Appearances at the 9th Big Wu Family Reunion in Southern Minnesota marked her farthest point from her home base of Ventura County, California and found her sharing the stage with Mark Grundhoefer from the funky Minneapolis-based band Down-Lo. A friendship struck up with 'Memphis' Willie Waldman finds her opening for his project with Jane's Addiction drummer Steve Perkins. Rachel is excited to be currently working on her 2nd full production studio album 'Patience Pays' for release in the spring of 2008. Having graced the stages of many of Los Angeles' legendary venues, Rachel considers herself a road dog and has the insatiable desire to see the big, wild world out there. Always looking ahead, Rachel is booking dates for a fall tour including the southern and eastern regions to promote her new album. Always engaging and fun, Rachel Sedacca is undeniably an artist to watch.