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NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross aired an encore broadcast of Rachael & Vilray's 2020 interview on the show today to mark the release of the duo's new album, I Love a Love Song!. They spoke with producer Sam Briger and performed music from their 2019 self-titled debut album. You can hear the episode here.

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NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross aired an encore broadcast of Rachael & Vilray's 2020 interview on the show today to mark the release of the duo's new album, I Love a Love Song!. Rachael Price & Vilray spoke with producer Sam Briger and performed music from their 2019 self-titled debut album. You can hear the episode below.

I Love a Love Song!, the second album from Rachael & Vilray, features eleven new songs written by Vilray plus the 1930s classic "Goodnight My Love" written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Dan Knobler and features arrangements from Jacob Zimmerman. Rachael & Vilray’s music’s “easy-swinging mini-big-band arrangement is as cozy as it is sophisticated,” says the New York Times. You can pick up a copy and hear it here; you can find an exclusive sky-blue vinyl edition in the Nonesuch Store.

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Rachael & Vilray: NPR's 'Fresh Air,' January 2023
  • Friday, January 20, 2023
    Listen: Rachael & Vilray's NPR 'Fresh Air' Interview Gets Encore Broadcast

    NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross aired an encore broadcast of Rachael & Vilray's 2020 interview on the show today to mark the release of the duo's new album, I Love a Love Song!. Rachael Price & Vilray spoke with producer Sam Briger and performed music from their 2019 self-titled debut album. You can hear the episode below.

    I Love a Love Song!, the second album from Rachael & Vilray, features eleven new songs written by Vilray plus the 1930s classic "Goodnight My Love" written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Dan Knobler and features arrangements from Jacob Zimmerman. Rachael & Vilray’s music’s “easy-swinging mini-big-band arrangement is as cozy as it is sophisticated,” says the New York Times. You can pick up a copy and hear it here; you can find an exclusive sky-blue vinyl edition in the Nonesuch Store.

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