Rachel Tucker to release new album ‘…you’re already home’ this November

West End star Rachel Tucker has announced the release of her new album.

The stage star will release her latest album ‘…you’re already home’ on 3 November 2023. You can pre-order the album now here.

The record, produced by Westway Music and distributed by Absolute sees a collection of tracks which reflect, “the hard choices we sometimes have to make between family, home and career. The tracks reflect these different elements of our lives and the choices we make.”

Adds Rachel: “For this album I really wanted to meld my favourite musical styles together. You’ll find pop, rock, musical theatre and Americana songs. But we’ve tried to give the pop and rock songs more theatre and drama, and the musical theatre songs more of a pop feel. There’s also an Americana undercurrent to the whole thing, as it’s a genre I love and am very influenced by”

Songs on the tracklist range from Wouldn’t It Be Loverly from My Fair Lady and He’s My Boy from Everybody’s Talking About Jamie to The Rolling Stone’s Following The River and The Waterboys Whole Of The Moon.

The album also features duets with Jamie Muscato (Happier Than Ever by Billie Eilish) and Jason Robert Brown (It All Fades Away from The Bridges of Madison County) as well as an original song by Irish singer/songwriter Caroline Kay I’m Home on which home for Rachel is being somewhere with family.

Rachel will be performing a solo concert at the Cadogan Hall in London on 5 November, to launch her new album.

She said: “I am absolutely thrilled to debut my third album at the magnificent Cadogan Hall a venue I’ve been dreaming of performing at for years! Since my last London show. I’ve embarked on an incredible journey, and now I can’t wait to share what I’ve been passionately working on for the past eight months.

“This album and show encapsulate the music that has shaped my life, from my time in London to New York, Belfast and back! Every note comes straight from my head and my heart, and I’m eager to showcase it all to you.”

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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