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Rachel Horter is a pop/rnb artist based out of Nashville, TN. 


With a passion for distinctive melodies, engaging lyrics and soaring riffs, Rachel is taking the rising independent artist platform by storm. Growing up in Indiana, her love for singing and songwriting was destined to be shared and has captivated many across the globe. She has played all over the US, east coast to west as well as a tour in Germany, gathering many fans and music lovers who love to indulge in her coveted cover videos and original music. Her music, pop/rnb with a touch of soul, has amassed millions of streams on Spotify and many shares across social media outlets and editorial write-ups.

 

In addition to her live performances, Rachel has also had songs featured in numerous Hallmark Christmas movies since 2018 and her YouTube channel has garnered her over 70 thousand subscribers and over 10 million views. She covers Beyonce’s “Love On Top” and her versions of "Hard Place" by H.E.R. and “10,000 Hours” by Dan+Shay and Justin Bieber, which she recorded with Evan Cline, were spun on Sirius XM’s Covers Channel. 

 

In 2019, Rachel Horter released her debut EP, “Lucky.” Her lead single, “How Lucky” was featured on one of Spotify’s esteemed editorial playlists and the song is accompanied by its music video. She's thrilled to announce the release of her first single off of her new project, "Disco Ball" available now on all platforms. In October, it will unite with four brand new songs to form her sophomore EP, "Selfish" with said songs releasing once a month until then. In addition, she's already preparing and writing for her next project.

Press Photos:

Press photos

"Fire" Live at Moonshine flats recap

"How lucky" official music video

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EP release show recap

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""Love on Top"" Beyonce cover"

"Her smooth vocals
are unforgettable"

Ole Red Nashville

"She moves across the stage with an energy befitting the room"
"Her voice is powerful,, pristine, arriving at high notes and just sort of staying there, with force and precision at any pitch."

The Ringer

"Rachel has captured the attention of many with her vocals and her stage presence."

Undiscovered Nashville 

Photos:
Sammy Hearn: @sammyhearn

 

Videos
Rachel Horter at Moonshine Flats: Kaiser Cunningham @kaisercunningham
"Fire" Live at Moonshine Flats Recap: Kaiser Cunningham 
"How Lucky" Official Music Video: Peter Cary Peterson @pcpnyc
EP Release Show Recap: Lexy Kadey, Films by Lex @filmsbylex