Singer, Songwriter slash Mom
Regular Posts Tagged ‘Men’
19th Aug 2013 Posted in: Blog Posts, Road Diaries Comments Off

Guys, this was one of the best set of shows ever. THANK YOU to my killer band, the Testoster-Tones, and to all who came. Here are pictures!

Here’s Friday night…

Friday night at Zoey's 8/9/13

Friday night at Zoey’s 8/9/13

And here’s Saturday!

Second night of Zoey's CD Release Extravaganza

Second night of Zoey’s CD Release Extravaganza


23rd Jul 2013 Posted in: Blog Posts Comments Off

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15th Jul 2013 Posted in: Blog Posts Comments Off

What an attractive and friendly crew! Pizza, beer and CD mailers…today we prepared the packages for the radio promotion.

Thank you, Jackie Clark, Kristen Clawson, Katrine Edwards, Sasha Heslip, Linda Livingston, Matt Moody and Susie Powers!

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14th Jul 2013 Posted in: Stuff People Have Published About Me Comments Off

On and Off the Record
By Chris Jay and Bennett Cornell 07/03/2013

Rain Perry
Men

Rain Perry, Ojai’s favorite female singer-songwriter slash supermom (best known for her song “Beautiful Tree,” which was used as the theme song for the TV show Life Unexpected) is back with her latest release, Men. The 10-song, fan-funded affair finds the songstress in a reflective mood, musing on relationships and life. The excellent lead track, “Get in the Car,” possibly Perry’s most commercial pop-rock song to date, is reminiscent of the Go-Go’s, but the rest of the record heads into introspection, which is where Perry seems the most comfortable. Songs like “Done,” “Happily Ever After” and the achingly beautiful Robert Earl Keen cover, “Then Came Lo Mein,” showcase Perry’s Feist-like mellow and honest delivery. Commercial potential abounds; Perry can easily lay claim to being one of the best songwriters in the area.
— Chris Jay
Available Aug. 6, rainperry.com

Read it here.


14th Jun 2013 Posted in: Blog Posts Comments Off

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Okay, I have mailed or emailed 64 press releases. In honor of that, here is a highlight reel of the best of Google Translate from previous albums:

This lady really surprised me with a hell of a plate! Mandatory costs for lovers of fine luisterliedjes!– RealRootsCafe (Netherlands)

The album Cinderblock Bookshelves is not the melancholic childbirth that you would expect…Rainy Perry is a veritable asset to the music world! – Kindamusik (Netherlands)

Produced in charge of the Mark Hallman, his recording studio the Congress House of Orth being made…to improve the rating of her saucer, Hallman as a solid job shining! – Hatena::Diary (Japan)

It’s all flour bag Rain Perry, author of sound quality, able to sketch a lumonoso folk rock, experience even a simple ballad for voice and bass, and mess with rhythmic and synth in a demolished gospel song. Cinderblock Bookshelves is also hard to remember small, little showy, but that does not mean that passes unnoticed! – Roots Highway (Italy)