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Rebecca Loebe

Rebecca Loebe
Rebecca Loebe is a laid-back award-winning indie-folk singer from Atlanta, GA. Since quitting her job as a full-time recording studio engineer in 2006, she has performed 100+ shows per year at colleges, coffeehouses and theaters in over 30 states of the US and in Europe. In the spring of 2011, her performance on the US premiere of “The Voice” impressed celebrity coaches Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine, prompting them both to ask her to work with them.

Although participating in a major network television show gave Loebe’s career an undeniable boost, she had already been supporting herself as a fulltime touring indie/roots singing songwriter for 4 years. In the May of 2009 she was honored as a winner of the Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Award, and the next year her full-length album ‘Mystery Prize’ spent over 2 months on both the US and European Americana Charts. In the UK, Mystery Prize received a 4-star review from Maverick Magazine, which reported the “sophomore album sparkles and bubbles.” Ed Muitjens of Johnny’s Garden in The Netherlands wrote, “’Mystery Prize’ exhales originality and creativity.” Of Rebecca herself, TX music critic Jeanna Goodrich said, “Her voice instantly took my breath away; I could tell right from the start: Rebecca Loebe was born for this.”

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  • Featured on Universal Release "The Voice Season 1 Highlights" in stores nationwide -- the ONLY artist from outside the show's Top 8 featured on the disc!
  • iTunes Charting Artist -- reached #7 on iTunes Alternative Chart (May 2011).
  • Also appeared on iTunes charts in Canada, Europe and South America
  • Performance on NBC's primetime competition show "The Voice," viewed by 12 million people in its first airing
  • Indie release "Mystery Prize" spent 9 weeks on the Americana Top 40 Chart
  • "Mystery Prize" named one of the AMA's Top 100 Albums of 2010
  • 2010 Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist
  • 2009 Kerrville New Folk Award Winner
  • Signed to European record label CRS (formerly Rounder Europe), summer 2010.
  • Has shared the stage with many nationally touring acts, including Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Civil Wars, The Bacon Brothers, Emerson Hart, Glen Phillips, Jill Sobule, Butch Hancock, Girlyman, AMERICA and more
  • Over 300 Tour dates in 2009-2010, including Chastain Amphitheater, The Birchmere, Eddie's Attic, The Living Room, Hotel Cafe, Club Passim, The Tin Angel, High Sierra Music Festival, The Kerrville Folk Festival, The Rice Festival, The Ozark Folk Festival, The Gamble Rogers Festival, The Texas Wine & Music Festival, Folk Alliance International Official Showcase and many more appearances in over 35 states