Summer 2001




"...I found her to be very unpretentious and much like a normal teen as myself. Beyond all the glitz and glamour, Rachael is a very sweet person that makes you feel comfortable to be with."

- Nina Tamburello









LFC artist Rachael Lampa poses backstage with LFC's Nina Tamburello and Columbine survivor Craig Scott at Colorado Springs concert
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Colorado Fans Get First Look at Lampa on National Tour with Orrico and Plus One

LFC artist Rachael Lampa joined teen artists Plus One and Stacie Orrico in spring for a tour that spans several states after taking home an award at the 32nd Annual Dove Awards for the best Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year for her hit "Blessed".

One of the cities on her tour was Colorado Springs when on May 9 she performed to excited fans. Daughter of LFC founder, Nina Tamburello, who attended the concert with close friend Kayley Arvizu and Columbine survivor Craig Scott, recalled her first-ever concert of the burgeoning teen Christian artist.

"Before I met Rachael, I was nervous about meeting this huge superstar. But after meeting her backstage, I found her to be very unpretentious and much like a normal teen as myself. Beyond all the glitz and glamour, Rachael is a very sweet person that makes you feel comfortable to be with," she said.

LFC producer Michael Tamburello, who attended the concert with his daughter, recalled how mature she was since their television appearance on a local Denver noon-hour show which featured a segment on LFC in November of 1999."

"What especially blows me away is how 'grown up' Rachael is since that show," he said recalling moments before going on the air with KMGH's news anchor Sean McLaughlin how nervous she was about appearing on live television. "In an attempt to build her confidence, I told her that she would do fine as I reminded her of all the performances she had made in front of so many people to get this far," he said. "She remained humble and quipped, 'Singing is one thing but talking on live camera is quite another!'"

So where does Rachael go from here after a successful album project which yielded three #1 radio hits, a single with Grammy award winner Aaron Neville, a Dove Award, and a national tour?

"Anything is possible with this incredibly talented artist who has taken the Christian music world by storm", comments Tamburello. "All of us at LFC are proud to have participated in a slice of her continuing legacy and wish her the very best."

Stay tuned to LFCNews where we will provide continuing coverage of Rachael and her music that touches the hearts of young teens and adults alike.

Story by LFC News Staff















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