Georgia native Faren Rachels is young, sassy and talented to the core. In today’s country music world where the focus in on the men, Rachels brings a fresh style to the scene. She has an old school sound laced with some new school characteristics. She takes pride in not only performing but also writing her own music as well. Her self titled EP was released in 2014 and is available on iTunes.
1. Where are you answering these questions from and what are you wearing?
I’m sitting on my living room couch in an over sized t-shirt and yoga pants. You’re welcome for the no makeup selfie. Post at your own discretion! haha.
Singer/songwriter. It’s a tie between writing new music every day and then performing live, and meeting the people who relate to my songs.
Country music, dry shampoo and my phone.
Hit snooze two or three times.
Bobby from King of the Hill
You can’t help someone who doesn’t want to help themselves.
Whichever there is more of. I enjoy both a little too much.
I LOVE booties…right now my favorite is a fringe pair from an online boutique in Georgia called The Flossy Peach.
I love to play acoustic songwriters nights at places like the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville or Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta, but nothing beats a rowdy college crowd and The Gin in South Georgia is one of the best!
A trip to Nashville that my grandparents gave me for my 18th birthday. They took me to the Ryman, the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Opry for the very first time.
I just finished Netflix’s Making a Murderer and it got me considering going to law school (joking, I’m not smart enough).
Smartest, because I am the most awkward person in pictures and if I was the best looking person on earth, people would probably want to take lots of photos of me.
To see into the future.
My favorite sandwich is the Monte Cristo from Which Which, so it would be messy. Ham, grape jelly and powdered sugar.
Lynyrd Skynyrd…I grew up listening to a lot of southern rock with my parents.
…the Hag playlist comes on.
…drink, cry, laugh, feel better, feel worse, be thankful, move on, work harder (I could go on and on all night).