Rae Radick often describes herself as, “The Love Child of Stevie Nicks and Keith Urban, with a dash of New York City.” This Up-and-Coming artist is a prime example of finding the balance of women’s struggle today: being fierce yet vulnerable, classy yet authentic, free thinking, and finding your path in a technology based world.
Rae Radick has been a singer/songwriter since she was sixteen. Hailing from Bucks County, Pennsylvania she’s lived in New York City for the past eight years and tours internationally. She's been featured on Front Range Radio, Q Star Radio, and numerous blog articles as “Artist of the Week.” She’s performed at College Mansion at the Hilton Hotel in Atlantic City, Fox and Friends, Shea Stadium, Intrepid Museum, Queen Mary in San Diego, Brooklyn Bowl, The Bitter End, Rockwood Music Hall, Red Lion, and Pete's Candy store to name a few. She also creates original music for feature films. Mixing her Pennsylvania roots with New York City’s spirit, her sound is a supreme balance of pop, country, and rock.
Her influences of Shania Twain, Fleetwood Mac, Keith Urban, Kacey Musgraves, Kelly Clarkson, and Maren Morris are transcendent in her sound and storytelling. Struggles of relationships, growth, nostalgia, and freedom are continuous themes that appear in her writing.