One-time Charlestonian Rachel Kate recently got invited to record a few ditties for the music site, Daytrotter
. “I’m not really sure how it all happened,” she says. “Sean from Daytrotter tweeted at me about doing a session and we set it up. He tweeted, and then I tweeted, and we tweeted a bunch.” Based in Rock Island, Ill., Daytrotter is the home of Horseshack recording studio, and it’s known for hosting sessions with up-and-coming artists in a raw kind of way. Calling it The Great Hell of the Great Open Road and the People Who Travel It
, Rachel Kate’s session comprises four acoustic tracks, including “Thanks Cheryl” from last year’s Rachel Kate with Love and Hate
. Have a listen here.