Rachel Cole


It’s All Gonna Be All Right
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


In This Life
Music and lyrics by Mike Reid and Allen Shamblin
(c)1992 by Garth Fundis and John Hobbs

Stop the World
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


Let It Rain
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


Once Upon a Time
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


My Friend (Haveri)
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


Learning to Fly
Music and lyrics by Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne
(c) 1991 by Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne


Candle on the Water
Music and lyrics by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschorn
 (c) 1976 by Walt Disney Co. and Wonderland Music Co. Inc.


Thank You
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


Your Shadow
Music and lyrics by Rachel Cole


You’ll Never Walk Alone
Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (c) 1945


© 2015 Rachel Cole Music.
All songs used by permission.

Meet the Artists


Piano, Keyboard, Strings, Arrangements

Peter Vantine is an extremely talented composer, pianist and worship leader who has been writing and recording music for more than 30 years. His music has had more than one million spins on Pandora, and he was nominated for Album of the Year by Whispering Solo Piano radio. He won the Turner Classic Movies Young Composer’s Competition, and has produced more than 30 music CDs. His music can also be heard on many film and television scores. Peter holds a dual Bachelor’s degree in Film Scoring and Music Production and Engineering from Berklee College of Music, and a Master’s in Music Education from Boston University. 


Guitar, Backup Vocals

Peter Tentindo is a professional guitarist, singer, and songwriter, session musician, and teacher. He is the guitarist and singer for the duo Venus Mars Project, who recently opened for the Jackson Five tour, and was a finalist at the Mohegan Sun
“Locals Live” competition. Peter is also a member of the British classic rock cover band Britannica, and has performed as the backing band leader with Jimi Jamison from Survivor. An impeccable studio musician, Peter brings his immense talent and dedication to every project and continues to captivate audiences world wide with his innate musicality and masterful guitar playing. 



Lou Spagnola is the hardest working, most sought after bass player in the Boston area.  His playing can be heard in the song “LA Woman” in the film This Thing of Ours, “Nothing Stays the Same” in the film “Serial Intentions” and in the song “All Because of You,” by Chris Emerson, which hit #21 on the
Billboard A/C charts and was featured in an episode of “Dawson’s Creek.”  Lou is featured on the Stryper album “Reborn,” and his bass and vocals have been heard thousands of times at Fenway Park and on Boston radio stations in Mike Verge’s much loved “Let’s Go Red Sox” tribute song. He was also the bass player for series of commercials for Bermuda Tourism, one of which was shown during the Super Bowl. 



Bill has a passion for drumming and his talent, enthusiasm, and creativity make him a highly in-demand live and studio player. He honed his skills in Drum and Bugle Corps, and earned the nickname “Bash” for being a hard hitting, hardworking, solid drummer for the well known Boston hair metal band IROKK. Bill has been featured on 
several compilation CDs put out by Versailles Records as well as many recordings, including the debut album of recording artist Katet; “Quantum Journey” with special guest Michael Sweet of Stryper and the band Boston.


Organ, Keyboard

Ken Clark is internationally known as one of world’s greatest jazz organists, and has won the New England Blues Society Keyboardist of the Year in 2006, 2009, and 2011. The founder of the Ken Clark Organ Trio, Ken has produced and performed on 5 CDs of original music. 
A stellar solo performer, he can be seen more than twelve times per month at standing performances in the Boston area.  He also performs with Acoustiphonics at special events in the entire New England area. 


Fiddle, Mandolin

Andy Reiner is an award-winning fiddler, composer and educator who began playing at age five with the Reiner Family Band.  He earned a BM in Violin Performance from Berklee College of Music and has toured around the world with Devil in the Kitchen, FiddleFoxx, Blue Moose and the Unbuttoned Zippers, Firecloud, and The Earth Stringband, on the American Music Abroad tour for the State
Department, and at Lincoln Center.  Andy currently tours both as a solo artist and with Colorado jamgrass band Whitewater Ramble, and composes fiddle tunes, songs, new works, and arrangements for string orchestra.  He teaches improvisation, composition and fiddle styles privately and at music camps across the US.  Andy’s compositions have been performed by the Berklee World Strings at the Kennedy Center, the Berklee Performance Center, and national ASTA conventions.


Backup Vocals

Gilda has been singing and writing songs since she was a child and has been a prolific performer since.  She has performed in Europe, St. Thomas, Copenhagen, as well as at the Blue Note and Soul Café in New York City. Her concert choir tours have included Michael Bolton, Reba McEntire, and Celine Dion. She has an extensive songwriting catalog, and won the USA Songwriting Contest for her original
composition “Reality Check” and her song “Natural Thing” was featured in the film “American Desi.


Vocalist on “You’ll Never Walk Alone”

Tricia Pine has starred in many concerts, musicals, and operas throughout the US and around the globe, highlights include New York City, Japan, Austria, and England. She has a Masters of Music from Manhattan School of Music in Vocal Performance. Tricia is founder and owner of Rejoice In Your Voice™, a international vocal instruction studio that guides professional singers, actors, speakers
and business owners to develop their strong, confident and expressive voice. Tricia feels truly honored to make an appearance on this CD. 


Guitar on “Stop the World”

Robbie Stiefel is a Colorado based music producer, film scorer, guitarist and songwriter. His song “Game I’m In” was featured in the award winning 2010 Sender Films “ Point Of No Return,” and he composed extensively for the 2014 feature film “Jeff Lowe’s 
Metanoia.” Robbie’s versatility and genre-spanning talent make him a much sought after live performer and studio musician in the Colorado area.



Producer, Sound Engineer, Mixing
Engineer, Mastering

When it comes to recording and mixing music tracks, there is no one better. A recording genius, with tremendous scope and vision, Kenny’s several hundred independent albums and film and television recordings show his versatility, musicianship, and overall excellence in this extremely competitive field. To put it simply, you will not find a more talented, hardworking, inspired, and ethical head of studio anywhere.