Fremantle quirk-folk songstress Rachel Gorman has forged a steady following, charming audiences with her honest storytelling, thoughtful lyrics and playful melodies. Drawing on her coastal roots, Irish heritage and rural upbringing her music tells of lost loves, pirates, pigeons and kite flying, with the occasional haiku thrown in for good measure.
As front woman for the up-and-comers Rachel & Henry Climb a Hill, she has received acclaim for
her songwriting, winning WAM Folk Song of the Year in 2010 for her song “The Silver Yacht”. The band has released a highly successful debut EP, songs from
which have received national airplay and been featured on various compilations.
They have also supported big-name acts such as The Basement Birds, The Panda Band, Blue King Brown, Operator Please, Red Jezebel, Cut Off Your Hands and Clare Bowditch
& the New Slang. Recently, Rachel was invited to join Clare Bowditch onstage to sing a duet with Clare on her Winter Secrets tour.
As a performer, Rachel is open and honest, with her cheeky sense of humour often shining
through on stage.
To book Rachel for your next gig contact Voice Management firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info, you can check out www.facebook.com/rachelandhenryclimbahill