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Rae Reilly Music

MUSIC

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* = Songs mastered by Paul Loeb (Instagram/Twitter @loebpaul)

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BIO

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Rae Reilly, 28, is a professional songwriter, session vocalist and music producer living in Denver, Colorado. She was adopted from Seoul, South Korea. Rae studied Music Business and Songwriting at the University of Southern California (2011). She later went on to work for NBC Universal, Capitol Records/EMI and Universal Music Group in the film & TV department.

Rae is looking to help major artists, labels, film/tv advertising and media companies with their songwriting, session vocal and producing needs. Rae uses Ableton Live software to write, record and produce music.

Rae has volunteered for various adoption non-profits, spoken on panels and published blogs. She continually tries to help other adoptees and/or parents looking to adopt. 

In her spare time, Rae enjoys the Colorado outdoors and going to concerts.

 

RECENT Work

Composer/Producer/Artist for "The Black Hearted Mr. White" Podcast and Trailer (above).

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- Session vocalist for Kids TV YouTube Channel (August 2017 - September 2017)

- National Anthem Singer for Colorado Pro Golf Association Fall Conference (October 16, 2017)

- Composer/producer/vocalist of theme song for fictional Podcast, "The Black Hearted Mr. White" (November 2017)

- Composer & producer of soft rock ballad, "Starkfrost Song" (December 2017)

- Composer/producer/vocalist of various children's songs, Paper Boat Apps (January - February 2018)

- Composer and vocalist of theme song, Polly Olly YouTube Channel (March 2018)

- Composer/producer of theme song, Overcoming Odds Podcast (March 2018)

- Composer/producer/vocalist of various songs for English Tree TV (April 2018 - present)

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LINKS

Songwriter Universe Magazine - "Best Song of the Month Finalist" for June 2017 - http://www.songwriteruniverse.com/

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Adoption Blog: "Miracle out of a Mistake" https://www.overcomingodds.today/stand-up-speak-up/

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