Rachel Levitin BAND @ The Jammin’ Java Battle – July 9, 2015

  IT’S OFFICIAL! Jammin’ Java, as a music venue, is a place where I’ve seen countless live shows and created more memories while co-mingling with artists I admire as role models than I can count. And now – JJ is hosting the Rachel Levitin BAND as a contestant in this Summer’s BATTLE OF THE BANDS on July 9!

Our All-Star Band includes: Arch Alcantara (lead guitar), Derek Evry (bass), Jacqueline Pie Francis (keys), Ben Tufts (drums), and yours truly (lead vocals, guitar).

Help us show JJ how hard we can ROCK by joining us that night. Can’t wait to see all your smiling faces. This is gonna be a special one. ❤️ 

INFO & TICKETS ➡️ https://jamminjava.com/event/838023-battle-prelims-night-3-vienna/

Rachel Levitin – Secret’s Safe [Official Music Video]

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Lyrics & Music by Rachel Levitin
Arranged by Rachel Levitin & Chris Rafetto
Recorded, Mixed, and Produced by Chris Rafetto
Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master Studio

Performed by:
Rachel Levitin – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Evan Field – Electric Guitar
Chris Rafetto – Bass, Keys, Drums

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DEBUT SINGLE COMING SOON – SECRET’S SAFE

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***COMING THIS OCTOBER – NEW MUSIC FROM Rachel Levitin***

Over the Summer, Chris Rafetto (of Honor By August) and I teamed up to record my debut single “Secret’s Safe” which was inspired by Off The Record-OBX. Chris recorded, mixed, and produced the project and it was an absolute pleasure collaborating with someone whose work I was already a HUGE fan of. Evan Field also joined us to add his epic electric guitar stylings to the track. We’re all really excited for you to hear it!

-RL

Artwork by Courtney Ay Art & Design

The Circus Life Podcast – Episode 57

Pictured (L to R): Daniel Perry, Regan Perry, Rachel Levitin, Sam Snow, and Justin Trawick.

Pictured (L to R): Daniel Perry, Regan Perry, Rachel Levitin, Sam Snow, and Justin Trawick.

Episode #57. The Circus Life Festival is October 19th and we announce the lineup including the headlining band “The Pietasters”!  Our musical guest today is New Zealander Regan Perry and his brother Daniel. Discussion includes American accents, what exactly a Kiwi is (the bird, not the fruit), and basic geography of the east coast. Rachel Levitin and Justin get excited for the Lifetime “Saved By The Bell” movie (Sean does not) and Sam Snow discusses his love for the film “Guardians of the Galaxy”.  Our show is brought to you by our Amazon link, which gives us a piece of your purchase if you click through the sponsor link on our website www.thecircuslife.com.  This podcast is also brought to you by ToriRocksRealEstate.com, Saucony, RCS Photography, and Cue Recording Studios.

Had a great type during this taping of The Circus Life. Be sure to give it a listen the next time you have a chance and check out the show’s episode archive!

The Circus Life Podcast – Episode 49

The Circus Life Podcast - Episode 49

Pictured from Left to Right: Sean Russell, Louisa Hall, Justin Trawick, Rachel Levitin, Neal Humphreys, and Don Kim.

Louisa Hall Music and I auditioned for The Voice in June. We didn’t make it but we did get a pretty good story out of the adventure. Hear that and more on Episode 49 of The Circus Life Podcast (www.thecircuslife.com) featuring co-hosts Justin Trawick + Sean Russell, Neal Humphrey of the Flashband Project, songs/banter from DonKimMusic, and a few words from Rafael Suanes of RCS Photography.

Listen to the full episode here —> http://podcast.thecircuslife.com/049-don-kim-neal-humphrey-louisa-hall-rachel-levitin

unrehearsedDC – ‘Nearly Broken’ (acoustic) video

“Generally, when one breaks their foot it puts he or she out of commission for the duration of their recovery. When we heard that Rachel Levitin had broken her foot due to a freak subway accident, we asked her if we could make her and her foot the focus of our next video. Singing “Nearly Broken”, a song written about her relationship with her father during his heart transplant, Rachel performs from the very place she’s been recovering from for the past two months: her couch in her tiny studio apartment in DC. Not opposed to making house calls, we thought this video turned out very nicely. Hey, we even signed her cast.” – unreahearsedDC

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