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Rachel Lampa

Singer and songwriter, Rachael Lampa, has seen music industry success since she was 14 years old with multiple #1’s, 7 albums, TV appearances, and years of touring with the top Christian and Mainstream artists. At what seemed like the height of her career, and at the age of 20, Rachael walked away from her record deal with both a feeling of burnout and a sense of curiosity after spending most of her teen years on a tour bus. Over the next few years, the Colorado-native-turned Nashvillian continued to release music independently, appeared on NBC’s The Sing Off with other Nashville artists, and toured in a more “out of the spotlight” way as a background singer with Jordin Sparks and later with Hozier.

During the pandemic in 2020, Rachael started to dream again and from what started as a conversation between a couple of friends at a bible study, new music was born. “I finally feel like I am making music out of a place of freedom, instead of striving. A lot of my identity was wrapped up in achievement and performance when I was younger. Now I just feel like I get to do it because I enjoy it and I get to make music about things I care about and love.” Rachael’s #1 song, Perfectly Loved, is a song inspired by both her inner-healing journey and her work in prison ministry with a non-profit that is founded and run by her family, called People Loving Nashville. This has become a theme for many of her new songs including “Wild Ones” and her upcoming release “Somebody To You."

In the midst of all of this, ask her what her richest accomplishments are, and you’ll hear a lot more about the relationships that have formed her on the road, the fans that have become dear friends, the beauty that has bridged impossible gaps in service to the marginalized and the miracle of her own growing family and sense of home. Even while her own story continues to unfold, Rachael’s driving passion is to elevate the stories of those around her, using the vehicle of soul-filled music to help her access hearts in a way nothing else could. Her new music is an organic continuation of Rachael’s journey, both musically and lyrically and is bridging the gap between the fans that grew up with her and some brand new ones too.


Cochren and Co

Michael Cochren is an award winning singer/songwriter and worship leader born and raised in a small Indiana town. After graduating from school, Cochren began playing music across the country with a band of friends, later including his wife Leah, under the name Cochren & Co. (pronounced Cochren and Company).  With hope-filled lyrics and timeless melodies, Cochren & Co. blurs the line between American pop/rock and soul/blues to create a classic sound all their own. Dove Award Nominated Cochren & Co. have toured coast to coast amassing a loyal following of new listeners wherever they go.

Nominated for a GMA Dove Award for New Artist of the Year, their debut full-length album Don’t Lose Hope was released on Gotee Records in 2021. The debut included Billboard Top 10 Radio Hits “Church (Take Me Back),” “One Day,” and “Who Can." The title track “Don’t Lose Hope” was featured in an episode of CBS’s MacGyver. 

Cochren & Co.’s sophomore project, Running Home (2023), features the group's first No. 1 radio single with the title track as well as the 2022 Top 15 Billboard Christian Airplay & AC radio single, “Thank God For Sunday Morning,” which was listed as one of K-LOVE’s 22 Songs that Defined 2022. Cochren & Co. has been featured in various performances including’s Positive Vibes Only.

On June 13, 2023, Cochren & Co. made their historic debut on the Grand Ole Opry. With a full touring schedule and more music on the way, Cochren & Co. are only getting started.

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