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Country 19/06/2009

Rachel Lipsky Emerges as New Country Star at CMA Music Week 2009

Nashville, TN (Top40 Charts/ Cash Music Group) - Mission Viejo High School Graduate, Rachel Lipsky, recently got the chance of a lifetime to perform as the select opening act for TV/Film Star, John Corbett (My Big Fat Greek Wedding/Sex In The City) during a major country music concert in Southern California.

Rachel's rendition of the hit single COINCIDENCE set the stage for Corbett as headliner placing her in the position of a new country star on the rise.

This past weekend , Rachel got a call with the second chance of a lifetime. The legendary Cash Family invited Rachel to open for TV/Film Star, John Amos, on his country music debut performing songs from his new hot country CD release, WE WERE HIPPIES, during the biggest festival in Country Music, the CMA MUSIC WEEK 2009.

Rachel was scouted and pitched to the Cash Family by AWJ Platinum Executive, Belinda Foster. "Mr. Cash was looking for the right talent for this huge festival. I immediately thought of Rachel," says Foster.

Live at the CMA MUSIC FEST, Rachel performed as opening act for TV/Film Star, John Amos, with her crowd pleasing country rock original, JUST ENOUGH TO BE DANGEROUS, causing the crowd to jump to their feet in excitement for the infectious beat.

Rachel then joined R & B Sensation, Chris Tian, performing power back ups live on Amos' set which included his new country rock release, WE WERE HIPPIES, and other selections from his new CD, including the ballad, HOPELESSLY, and the hot country blues single, COME ON SUNSHINE. After the show, Rachel was greeted with compliments on her show by Country Music Superstar Ty Herndon along with Amos and the Cash Family.

Rachel Lipsky, CMA MUSIC WEEK's New Emerging Star, is a true Nashville Country Star.

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