This is a 2 part interview where host, Devlin Miles, discusses with Rachael Sage’s 20+ year career in the music industry and all her adventures from Lilith Fair to Dance Moms, she has traveled the world and toured many countries. This indie artist has figured out how to make it work as an indie artist and to keep moving mountains and keep touring. The 2nd part of the interview we discuss her indie record label Mpress Records and we hear about what it takes for her to sign an artist/band, how they find new artists, how to present yourself to an indie label, know the strengths that the label brings to the table. Hear music from Mpress Records artist: Seth Glier, A Fragile Tomorrow, Ks Choice and Rachael Sage herself.
We had the great privilege of hosting the indie artist of indie artists- Rachael Sage at #PutnamsUnplugged on Sunday, May 10th. In preparation for the show, SLB went to her indie label offices of MPress Records to do a two part interview. The first part of the interview we discuss Sage’s artistry from visual to musical influences. She also discuss her new album Blue Roses as well as her extensive touring. We also hear live clips of her performance at Putnam’s Pub & Cooker. We also discuss songwriting, collaboration with Judy Collins on a Neil Young cover tune – Helpless. She shares insight into her world with a tenderness, as we hear the angst of being an artist and the ever question of when are we ever ready to collaborate with those that we have come before us.
Part 2 we cover how her indie label Mpress came about and how she finds and signs artists, also how should an indie artist present themselves to a label, dos and don’t, etc.
Listen to podcast interview on SLB In The Trailer page