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Rachelle Ferrell is an American musician, lyricist, vocalist, arranger and composer, born in 1961 in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. She is a contemporary jazz singer, but has had great success in the mainstream R&B, gospel, pop and classical music scene. In the second grade, at age of six, she began singing and soon, after training on violin, she wanted to be an instrumentalist and songwriter.

Rachelle was playing the piano at a professional level by the time she was a teen, and six months later, Ferrell had secured her first professional gig as a pianist/singer. She went to Berklee College of Music in Boston to study composition and arranging.
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Rachelle sang backup for George Duke, Patti LaBelle, Lou Rawls and Vanessa Williams from 1975 to 1990, and in 1990 in Japan, she released her first debut, First Instrument, which was recorded with pianist Eddie Green, bassist Tyrone Brown and drummer Doug Nally.

Her unique music captured the hearts of the Japanese jazz public, and she released her Japanese debut for U.S. audiences in 1995 with Blue Note/Capitol. In 1992 she released a self-titled U.S. debut, which was urban pop/contemporary album. It was released on Capitol Records.
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