Rachel Stevens

Rachel Stevens went from winning a modeling contest to becoming one of top pop group S-Club 7. When S-Club split up Rachel went solo releasing her first album ‘Funky Dory’. The album was written with various talented writers including Cathy Dennis and Guy Chambers.

Rachel recorded with Producer Richard X in Miloco’s The Square recording studios and mixed in The Engine Room in 2004 and 2005. She recorded the top ten hit ‘Some Girls’ in the Engine Room; a track used as the official single for Sports Relief 2004.


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