NYC-based singer-songwriter, Rashmi, has a single that is timely, urgent, and passionate. Listen to Smile and Look Pretty here. #metoo #timesup #mytimeisnow
Songwriting Magazine UK: “… gorgeous slice of acoustic folk-pop”
Baeble Music: “… Rashmi’s impassioned voice can swing through careful precision to primal yelp on a dime”
Guitar World's Acoustic Nation: “… a lovely tone & wistful manner"
Hollywood Progressive: "An exquisite crystalline image that lingers long after the final note.
Producer Parrish Highley says, “Her voice carries in that effortless way that fans of Sade, Mary Black, and the more recent Kate Bush would really enjoy.”
Along with her other talents, including her award-winning screenwriting, Rashmi is an AUDELCO-nominated actress and member of the Screen Actors Guild and Actors Equity Association. She’s worked with companies such as Public Theatre’s “Shakespeare In The Park” and the “Classical Theatre Lab” in Los Angeles. She was most recently see on NBC's AmericanOdyssey.
As a child of an Indian immigrant family living in the US, she’s been inspired by Hindi film music that was a backdrop of her childhood, along with American Top 40 hits and artists like Michael Jackson, Madonna and James Taylor. She’s fronted many different genre-specific bands in the past, but her style has been difficult for some to classify in her solo project. Her sound dances on the Eastern and Western music scales, as one of her fans points out in her Indie Go Go video that empowered this album’s creation. Recently, Rashmi fundraised over $16K in donations to independently create and market Puzzle with her band members Dean Marchi, Wilson Montuori and Jonnie Miles. Her self-proclaimed message of the album points to humanity, unity, loving others, being loved, loneliness, separation, connection and belonging – all of this captured by using everyday life as metaphor and poetry with a global scope.
Rashmi has a performance behind the microphone that’s influenced by her acting career in it’s expression, energy and authenticity. Over the past seven years, she’s taken the stage at venues such as The Roxy, The Mint, Rockwood Music Hall, The Rock Shop and many more throughout Los Angeles, New York City and Austin. She’s also appeared at the Monrovia Arts Festival, American Cancer Society events and Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles. For show dates and to keep up to date on all things Rashmi, go to www.rashmisingh.com