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Rachel Lipsky Releases Debut Album “Dancin’ In The Neon” May 26

Rachel Lipsky invites you to dance the night away with the release of her debut album, “Dancin’ in the Neon”, which is now available (released today, May 26th) on major digital retailers. The full length album includes her newest single of the same name. Download the album here!

This song made me shriek for excitement when I first heard it. It has an energy that grabbed my attention and I found it immediately pulls my audience in when the first beat hits,” Lipsky comments, “I can’t wait to share the single and music video with the world,” Lipsky states excited to share ‘Dancin’ in the Neon’ with the world.

Recently, Lipsky has been busy readying her debut album, performing at the prestigious Key West Songwriters Festival, and traveling to the Middle East and Africa on her third Armed Forces Entertainment tour in support of our troops.

Wednesday, May 24th, Rachel Lipsky was announced as the winner of the ‘2017 Hard Rock Rising Nashville’, beating out over 6,000 contestants. Judged by major entertainment industry figures, the prestigious battle of the bands’ event was packed with fans from all over the world.

Rachel Lipsky exploded onto the country scene after winning the Pepsi Southern Original competition.

With a sound nestled in-between brass-knuckles country and high-heeled sass, she has opened for country superstars such as Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Thomas Rhett, Tyler Farr, Eli Young Band, Kellie Pickler, Hank Williams, Jr., Toto and more and festivals like Taste of Country, Country USA, Country Jam Colorado and Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam.

She has been invited by the Armed Forces to entertain the American troops overseas multiple times. Additionally, Lipsky won IMEA’s Country Female Vocalist Award and was a finalist in Unsigned Only’s International Songwriting Competition for “Ready Set Whiskey.” 

For more information about Rachel Lipsky, visit and follow her on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.

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