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Rachel Wammack

Rachel Wammack is a modern-day take on an old-school discovery.

Instead of a Sunset Strip soda fountain, Wammack was a high-school senior when she caught the attention of acclaimed Sony Music Nashville Executive Vice President of A&R Jim Catino, while she was singing and playing piano in a revolving restaurant above Florence, Ala.

A gifted musician with a confident soprano that conveyed sincerity and charisma, Catino was intrigued by her older-than-her-years original songs peppered among a list of predictable covers by Adele, Norah Jones, Carole King, Alicia Keys, Sara Bareilles, and even Bruno Mars.

The unassuming A&R executive, who has guided the careers of Country hitmakers including Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, and Maren Morris saw potential and offered her a business card and a promise to help if she ever wanted to pursue a career in Nashville. Wammack was skeptical, but she kept the card, did some sleuthing, and with her parents blessing Wammack and her father met Catino in Nashville. It was a meeting that spurred a five-year bond that resulted in Wammack’s debut EP on RCA Records Nashville.