Jake’s Take Podcast Exclusive: Rebecca Folsom

By: Jacob Elyachar, jakes-take.com

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It is a pleasure to welcome Rebecca Folsom to The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast.

Born and raised in Boulder, Colorado, Rebecca believes every lyric, note, and musical collaboration carries the capability to change the world. With her tender ballads to full, fiery vocal release, the singer-songwriter aims to emote an array of emotions with each song.

Rebecca has had the pleasure of appearing on BBC television and raid entertaining an audience of 1.5 million, performing at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado as well as the historic Opryland in Tennessee.

Her previous album, Extraordinary Days, debuted with the song “Better Times,” landing at the number one spot on the National Folk Radio DJ Chart and spending five months on the Top 50 National Americana Country Radio Chart. Her recent single, “Sanctuary” received high praises as a semi-finalist in the 2021 International Songwriting Competition and a finalist in the 2021 International Acoustic Music Awards.

In addition to her musical releases, she has written and published two books of poetry (Silver and Your Life is a Masterpiece), created numerous fine art paintings and has spent the better part of her life guiding others on how to become a better version of themselves as a transformational teacher and leadership coach.

In this edition of The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Rebecca Folsom shared several stories behind the songs of her new album: Sanctuary. She also spoke about the Sanctuary Project, which is a musical collaboration between writers, musicians, and producers that inspires deep listening, human equality, and peace.  

For more information about Rebecca Folsom, visit her website.

You can connect with Rebecca Folsom on social media. Visit her Facebook, Instagram, & YouTube channels.

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