A Jax Beach Florida native, Rachael Warfield began singing and performing in numerous off-Broadway musical productions when she was five years old, including garnishing the lead role of ‘Annie’, by the time she was eight years old. By thirteen, Rachael was admitted into Douglas Anderson High School of the performing arts, where she majored in vocal music and studied piano. She has been fine-tuning her musical and songwriting abilities ever since.
At sixteen, Rachael began working with producer, Tony Coluccio on a three song demo with his label, Global Media Music. Throughout the recording process, Tony helped in developing her talents as a professional vocalist and accomplished songwriter. Tony and Rachael produced select material together, including her two singles, ‘Out of my Mind’, and ‘Take Me Away’. In 2010, Rachael began performing extensively in restaurants and clubs in and around the Florida region, as well as the Sidewalk Café, The Duplex, The Back Fence, and Paddy Reiley’s in New York City. She also toured with Pablo Drum throughout the Dominican Republic and received acclaim in New York’s ‘My Lifestyle’ Magazine for her performances in 2011.
She toured throughout Florida with her band in 2012, playing in many jazz clubs and performance halls, and received acclaim for her performances in St. Augustine’s Ignition Magazine, and Northeast Florida’s Void Magazine.
In June 2014, she signed a record deal with Ennecho Records. She was then able to record two of her singles, ‘California Time’ and ‘Use Me’ with three-time Grammy nominated producer, Anthony Bell in December of 2014. She released a seven song EP with Ennecho in June 2015. Her single, ‘Is it just a Dream’ charted at number 84 out of the top 100 artists receiving airplay on the top 40 stations across the country in July 2015. She also received acclaim in online publications, such as Soultracks.com, Rottingtv.com, and Singersroom.com.
In October of 2015, she opened for two-time Latin Grammy winner, Karina Iglesias, at Speak in Miami, Fl. In May 2016, her and her band performed in Toronto for Canadian Music week, the largest festival in Canada.
In December of 2017, Rachael decided to separate from Ennecho Records to focus mainly on the genres of Soul, Blues, and Pop. She then began recording and writing music with acclaimed producer, Rick Steel in New York. In March 2017, she opened her own record label, Rox Records. She then released her single, ‘My Heart Can’t Lose’, co- written and produced by Rick Steel. She is now working to release her debut album and tour extensively throughout the United States to promote her new music.