|Born||August 30, 1985 (Aged 29)
Perth, Western Australia
|Genres||Jazz, Blues, Indie, Alternative, Americana|
|Associated acts||Lake Street Dive|
Rachael Price (born 1985) is a jazz vocalist from Hendersonville, Tennessee best known as lead vocalist of the band Lake Street Dive. She is a graduate in Jazz Studies from the New England Conservatory of Music in Massachusetts. Price is the great-granddaughter of creationist and Seventh-day Adventist leader George McCready Price, and the daughter of musician Tom Price.
In 2003, Price received an honorable mention at the Montreux Jazz Festival's International Jazz Vocal Competition. In 2004, Price was a semi-finalist and the youngest competitor in the history of the Thelonious Monk Institute Vocal Competition. In August 2004 she made her U.S. jazz festival debut at Yale’s Jazz On The Green, where she opened for Joshua Redman. She won the 2006 Independent Music Award for Best Gospel Song with her recording of My God, My Adored One with the Boston Praise Collective. She regularly appeared in concert as a featured vocalist with the T. S. Monk Sextet and worked with Grammy Award winning record producer K. C. Porter.
Lake Street Dive
Price performs with Lake Street Dive, a four-piece Brooklyn-based band started in 2004 in Boston with Michael Calabrese, Bridget Kearney, and Mike Olson. All were students at The New England Conservatory.
With the help of an award from The John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Lake Street Dive recorded their debut CD in 2006, in this episode... and they started touring.
Price signed a contract with Claire Vision in 2006. By 2008, both Lake Street Dive and Claire Vision had released albums featuring Price. In late 2013, Price bought out her contract with Claire Vision. Lake Street Dive announced the release of their album Bad Self Portraits in February 2014, which was recorded in the Fall of 2012. 
- Dedicated to You (2003)
- From Exile to Exaltation (2006)
- in this episode... (2006) (Lake Street Dive)
- Rachael Price & The Tennessee Terraplanes - Refreshingly Cool (2008)
- The Good Hours (2008)
- Promises, Promises - Lake Street Dive (2008)
- Lake Street Dive - Lake Street Dive (2010)
- Live At the Lizard Lounge - Lake Street Dive (2011)
- Fun Machine (ep) - Lake Street Dive (2012)
- Bad Self Portraits - Lake Street Dive (2014)
- Aitken, Scott (January 21, 2015). "Life After Winning Back The Right To Release Their Album". The Music. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
- Independent Music Awards - 5th Annual Winners
- Wall Street Journal, 22 Aug 2013 WSJ online