Rachel Bradshaw


Rachel, daughter of Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw, grew up in Dallas. After high school she left Dallas to pursue country music in Nashville. While there, she studied at Belmont University, where upon graduation she participated in the reality TV show Nashville. Not long after, Rachel was signed to Ten Ten.

While with Ten Ten, Rachel worked extensively with hit writers including Bobby Huff, Dave Berg, Robert Ellis Orrall, Shane Minor, Angelo, Kyle Jacobs, Vicky McGehee and the Warren Brothers to develop material for her debut album.

Her first film placement was in the Christina Ricci picture All’s Faire In Love. In addition, she  co-penned the Jerrod Niemann single, "What Do You Want,” giving him his second top-five single.

Rachel is currently one third of the country music trio STELLA//JAMES.

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