Listen: Rachael & Vilray on WNYC's 'All of It with Alison Stewart,' WBGO's 'The Third Story'

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Rachael & Vilray were guests on WNYC's All of It with Alison Stewart to perform three songs from their new album, I Love a Love Song!—"Even in the Evenin,'" "I'm Not Ready," and "Just Two"—and chat with Stewart about the making of the album, out this Friday. The duo is also on WBGO's The Third Story to talk with host Leo Sidran about the new album. You can hear both here.

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Rachael & Vilray stopped by WNYC studios in New York City on Tuesday to perform three songs from their new album, I Love a Love Song!, live on All of It with Alison Stewart and talk with Stewart about the making of the album, out this Friday. You can hear the conversation and their performance of “Even in the Evenin,’” “I’m Not Ready,” and “Just Two” below.

I Love a Love Song! features eleven new songs written by Vilray plus the 1930s classic "Goodnight My Love" written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. You can pre-order here; Nonesuch Store orders include an exclusive autographed print in one of four colors selected at random.

Rachael & Vilray are also on the latest episode of WBGO's The Third Story. They talk with host Leo Sidran about I Love a Love Song! and their approach to the art and craft of writing, recording, and singing songs. You can hear that conversation below via Spotify and Apple Music.

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Rachael & Vilray: WNYC, WBGO, January 2023
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    Listen: Rachael & Vilray on WNYC's 'All of It with Alison Stewart,' WBGO's 'The Third Story'
    Jonno Rattman

    Rachael & Vilray stopped by WNYC studios in New York City on Tuesday to perform three songs from their new album, I Love a Love Song!, live on All of It with Alison Stewart and talk with Stewart about the making of the album, out this Friday. You can hear the conversation and their performance of “Even in the Evenin,’” “I’m Not Ready,” and “Just Two” below.

    I Love a Love Song! features eleven new songs written by Vilray plus the 1930s classic "Goodnight My Love" written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. You can pre-order here; Nonesuch Store orders include an exclusive autographed print in one of four colors selected at random.

    Rachael & Vilray are also on the latest episode of WBGO's The Third Story. They talk with host Leo Sidran about I Love a Love Song! and their approach to the art and craft of writing, recording, and singing songs. You can hear that conversation below via Spotify and Apple Music.

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