Peermusic Signs Rachel Farley

(L-R) Ken Madson of Full Scope Entertainment (Rachel’s Manager), peermusic Sr. Creative Director/producer Michael Knox and peermusic VP Kevin Lamb watch songwriter Rachel Farley ink her co-publishing agreement.

peermusic has signed 15-year old Rachel Farley to an exclusive songwriter/co-publishing agreement, announces peermusic VP Kevin Lamb.

Farley was brought to the attention of peermusic via Sr. Creative Director Michael Knox (Jason Aldean, Montgomery Gentry, Trace Adkins, Randy Owen, Josh Thompson, Frankie Ballard) who is producing her debut CD for Average Joe’s Entertainment. The new release will feature Farley’s writing or co-writing on all 10 tracks. Knox discovered the young talent on MySpace and has followed her burgeoning career for three years.

“I was impressed with Rachel’s artistry for years,” says Knox, “but when I heard the songs she was writing, I was also amazed at how well she was able to express who she is, considering she was so young. She’s the kind of songwriter that can not only write for herself, but other artists as well.”

Farley began performing professionally at the age of 11 in her home town of Lawrenceville, Georgia, and was already penning her own original songs by age 12.

peermusic, founded in 1928 by Ralph S. Peer, calls itself the world’s largest global independent publishing company with 35 offices in 28 countries.

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