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Rachel Platten          

Singer-Songwriter Known for "Fight Song"

Born in New York City and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel Platten is an Emmy Award winner, multi-platinum selling recording artist.

Few artists in the past decade have struck a chord of hope and resilience like she did with her empowering hit “Fight Song.” Listeners instantly adopted the transformative anthem as their own, linking fans’ tales of personal empowerment across the globe.

Platten topped countless radio and iTunes charts worldwide, with her major label debut album “Wildfire” which also included the platinum Billboard Hot 100 hit, “Stand By You.”

In 2017, Platten released her second full-length album for Columbia Records called Waves. Co-writing every song, and working with stellar songwriters and producers including Ryan Tedder, Stargate, Jason Evigan and Ian Kirkpatrick. Songs range from the shimmering unshackling of “Broken Glass,” to the sultry, infectious “Shivers.” More intimate songs such as the bewitching “Collide,” the piano-tinged “Hands” and the album’s moving closer “Grace” reflect the unguarded side of the talented singer songwriter.

Pregnant with her first child, Platten released a song dedicated to her daughter "You Belong" at the end of 2018. From May to July 2019, Platten toured with a capella group Pentatonix as the opening act for their shows in North America. She wrote a children's book titled "You Belong," named after her 2018 single, which was released on March 31, 2020.

Books


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You Belong
2020

News


On the Verge: Rachel Platten's ready to fight

This week in On the Verge, USA TODAY's spotlight on breakthrough artists, Brian Mansfield talks to piano-based pop singer-songwriter Rachel Platten.

Rachel Platten on fighting her way to the top
WATCH: Hospital turns Rachel Platten song into inspirational #FightFace video
Rachel Platten’s story is a ‘Fight Song’ come alive

Rachel Platten’s smash hit “Fight Song” seemed to come out of nowhere last year, dominating the radio airwaves and television screen, both on scripted shows and in commercials. Lately, the song has been showing up in the world of politics as well: Hillary Clinton has used the song on her campaign trail appearances.

Rachel Platten To Perform At We Are LA Music Festival

Chart-topping singer Rachel Platten will headline the We Are LA Family Music Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17, at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA...

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