The Bradshaw Bunch‘s very own Rachel Bradshaw just released an album!
Her debut self-titled EP dropped on Friday, Jan. 7 and features six songs written solely by Rachel, in addition to a collaboration with Grammy-nominated country star Jamey Johnson on a cover of Townes Van Zandt‘s “If I Needed You.” A music video for the song will also be released this month.
The inspiration for the music—which dives into all aspects of love and relationships—came to the singer-songwriter during the first few months of quarantine, which she spent with her dad Terry Bradshaw and the rest of her family.
“This record holds a very special place in my heart,” Rachel said. “It’s the first compilation of music I have written all by myself, so to release it into the world is me sharing a big piece of my heart and soul. I also included a duet with the legend himself and a longtime friend of mine, Jamey Johnson, on a song I have always dreamt of covering.”