Rachel Loy is an indie recording artist originally from Austin, Texas. Loy burst onto the scene while still studying at Berklee College of Music with the hit song, "The Same Man," released by Sony, which is an account of a friend serving in Iraq. Her albums include Love the Mess (2005), Being Little (2006), and Tongue and Teeth (2007).
Rachel’s songs, "Big Sky" and "Love Me Too Much" were added to specific models of Dell Computers carrying Windows XP as testing songs for the Windows Media Player. Her albums are currently available in the iTunes Store and on CD Baby.
Rachel is currently residing in Nashville, TN and is in-demand as a session player (e.g., Taylor Swift, Kelli Pickler) as well as for her singer-songwriter talents.