Rachel Crow is an American singer, songwriter, and actress from Mead, Colorado. 2017 is quickly shaping up to be a breakout year for this multi-talented and faceted performer. The 19-year-old was handpicked as a lead in ABC’s highly anticipated The Goldbergs spin-off and starred in DreamWorks Animation’s NETFLIX series Home: Adventures With Tip & Oh as well as the NETFLIX film Deidra & Laney Rob A Train, which premiered at Sundance and earned high praise from Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and more. For the latter performance, NYLON lauded her among “11 Movie Actors Poised To Break Out In 2017.” As she honed her craft on-screen and expanded her profile, she also amplified her musical output, “Solo” (from Deidra & Laney) will be released on April 21, followed by the show-stopping first single “Dime” for new label S-Curve Records on May 12. These two songs represent the first new music from Rachel in nearly 5 years.
At just 10-years-old, the budding artist urged her parents to move to California to pursue a career in music. She first appeared in the public eye as a finalist on the first season of The X Factor. She has since starred in the 2014 box office smash Rio 2, while her voice shined on the soundtrack standout “Batucada Familia” alongside Jamie Foxx. She has performed the national anthem at The White House and also received a personal invitation from First Lady Michelle Obama to appear at the Kids’ “State Dinner.” She is an avowed advocate for foster children and active participant in charities such as You Gotta Believe and The Dave Thomas Foundation. In addition, the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute [CCOAI] awarded her the 2015 “Angels In Adoption” honor. Right now, she’s readying more new music for release very soon TBA.