Rachael & Vilray Share A Mic — And A Love Of Old Swing Standards The music duo perform songs from their self-titled debut album, which draws on the music of the '30s and '40s. "There is a timeless quality to these old standards," Vilray says.
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Rachael & Vilray Share A Mic — And A Love Of Old Swing Standards

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Rachael & Vilray Share A Mic — And A Love Of Old Swing Standards

Rachael & Vilray Share A Mic — And A Love Of Old Swing Standards

Rachael & Vilray Share A Mic — And A Love Of Old Swing Standards

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Rachael & Vilray first met in 2003 when they were students at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, but didn't begin performing together until 2015. Jonno Rattman/ Nonsuch Record hide caption

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Rachael & Vilray first met in 2003 when they were students at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, but didn't begin performing together until 2015.

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The music duo perform songs from their self-titled debut album, which draws on the music of the '30s and '40s. "There is a timeless quality to these old standards," Vilray says.