(Nashville, Tenn. – May 4, 2011) Newcomer Rachel Holder has begun a radio tour of the southeastern U.S. in support of her current single, “Chocolate,” which charted last week on the Music Row chart at No. 72.
In recent weeks, Holder has been in the recording studio with producers Wilbur Rimes and Chuck Howard finishing not one, but two full-length albums. The first project is a Country release, featuring her debut single, “Chocolate,” and a number of originals written by Holder. The second is a Christmas album that includes her critically acclaimed 2010 holiday single, “Christmas Eve,” which garnered significant radio airplay last winter. Both albums are scheduled for a fall 2011 release on Nashville-based independent label, All Entertainment.
The 18-year-old singer performs regularly in and around her hometown of Chattanooga, Tenn. Future plans include finishing both of her upcoming albums at Rosewood Studios in Texas, activities at the CMA Music Festival in June and additional radio station visits in support of “Chocolate.”
For more information, visit www.RachelHolder.com.
About Rachel Holder: Chattanooga, Tenn., native Rachel Holder released her debut Country single, “Chocolate,” in spring of 2011. The teenage singer possesses an extensive background in theater, having performed more than 800 Broadway-style musical shows in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., before pursuing her Country career full-time in Nashville. She released a special version of Celine Dion’s “Christmas Eve” to Country radio in December 2010 and is preparing her debut album for release in fall 2011. For more information, visit www.RachelHolder.com.