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Rebecca Loebe


Rebecca Loebe is a singer, songwriter, and rabble rouser based in Austin, TX. She's won multiple awards for her songwriting and was recently told by an announcer for the BBC that her voice “should be available free on the National Health!” As a contestant on the first season of NBC's The Voice, Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera fought over the chance to work with her, and her folksy rendition of Come As You Are was an iTunes Top 10 single in dozens of countries across the globe. 

Over the past decade, starting well before her first TV appearance, she's been steadily building her audience the old fashioned way: driving hundreds of thousands of miles in an old station wagon, performing in listening rooms and theaters across the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, and the UK. Her goal is to write songs that matter and create live shows that bring people together and help them feel their damn feelings.


 "Rebecca Loebe is a woman at the height of her powers." 

- Kathy Mattea, NPR's Mountain Stage


"Her voice should be available free on the National Health!" 

- BBC Devon


"Mixing resilience, empowerment, and just a bit of pissed-off punch." 

- Rolling Stone Country


“With her voice, she can do anything she wants to do.”

- MarySue Twohy, Sirius XM


"Rebecca Loebe has an almost supernatural ability to get the crowd singing along." 

- KUTX Austin

Rebecca Loebe
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