Rachele Lynae Gets Nashtown Funky with Friends in this #UptownFunk Parody

Momentum Label Group’s Country Rock’n Singer/Songwriter Rachele Lynae and her Nashtown Funk Girlfriends present their cover of the Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars) instant classic “Uptown Funk,” in a parody of the song’s amazing music video.

If you attend a concert these days there’s a good chance you’ll hear a cover of “Uptown Funk.”  The song easily puts the fun, in funky.

Rachele Lynae posted on Facebook:
“Check out what me and my girlfriends do for fun. #NashtownFunk with Heather Cole, Hannah Bethel, Rachael Fuller, Alicia Beale, Kate Beckett.”

In the spirit of the recently released “Pitch Perfect 2,” this cover could easily have just featured the vocals of Rachele Lynae, Heather Cole, Hannah Bethel, Rachael Fuller, Alicia Beale, Kate Beckett singing a cappella. You can tell that there is no auto-pitch or processing when these talented women sing.  The group is  dressed in their swanky best “getting ready for a girls night” outfit, coupled with dance moves that even Mick Jagger prolly wishes he had.  Of note, Rachele is an amazing line-dancer and choreographed all of the moves in her first music video Party til the Cows Come Home,” which was produced by Trey Fanjoy.

On Facebook, Rachele thanked Matt Vrba and Wells Beckett for filming, and Lance Goodman for filming and editing, as well as David Myhre and Dustin Hunt for appearing in the video!

Keep up with Rachele Lynae on TwitterFacebook and her website.

Check out Rachele Lynae’s newest single “Whole Lotta Nothin'” which is still climbing the charts!

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Rachele Lynae’s Whole Lotta Nothin’

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MORE ABOUT Rachele Lynae from her website bio

Grit and grace are just some of the attributes gifted singer‐songwriter Rachele Lynae possesses. The pretty provocateur, who was raised in the wild of Kodiak, Alaska, is making her mark in Nashville.

Lynae, who is adept at combining deep, vivid, moving country storytelling with the edge of guitar‐driven rock and the big hooks of pop, is reminiscent of Shania Twain, who was the queen of country‐pop during the ‘90s. “That’s fitting since Shania is a big influence,” Lynae says. “I loved her music when I was growing up and now I think about why we loved her records so much. She and Mutt Lange made big sounding albums with memorable melodies, that stick in your head.”

Lynae is doing the same with her two latest cuts, “Whole Lotta Nothin’” and “Quicksand.” The former is a clever, playful and catchy tune, which is the antidote to the unrelenting pace, which is the norm in our society. Singer‐songwriter Hannah Bethel hit Lynae and David Myhre (fellow co‐writer) with a melody idea and the songsmiths were off and running.

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