Rachel Bradshaw Performs Duet with Famed Dad

Rachel Bradshaw and dad Terry Bradshaw performing "Everything A Daddy Won’t Say." Photo: Paul Drinkwater

Bigger Picture Group artist Rachel Bradshaw joined her famous footballer dad, Terry Bradshaw, on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this past Wed. (6/13). Their appearance included an interview and performance of her self-penned song, “Everything A Daddy Won’t Say.”

“I love teasing Terry Bradshaw,” says Jay Leno, who has had Terry as a guest on the program almost 50 times, “but I’m thrilled that he’s chosen our show to perform on television for the first time ever with his daughter.”

After a high-spirited interview, the father-daughter duo alternated verses of the tender ballad which coincided perfectly with Father’s Day being celebrated this Sunday (6/17).

“I wrote this song with two of my great friends and it took a few tears and laughs to finish it,” says Rachel. “But in the end it was so beautiful, and I was so proud of what we had created. This song hits close to my heart because it perfectly describes my relationship with my dad. He has always been so caring and protective, and we share such a special bond. I wanted to incorporate that into a song I could sing for the rest of my life.”

“It is the most beautiful father-daughter song,” says three-time Emmy award-winning football commentator Terry Bradshaw. “The words say it all. It’s very touching.”

Rachel is currently hard at work writing and selecting songs for her first full-length album with Bigger Picture Group. She joined the label’s roster earlier this year.


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