Gretchen Rhodes has been singing for her entire life. The daughter of parents who both have their Masters in music, Gretchen grew up classically trained. Most of Rhodes’ adult life she has fronted Rock and Blues bands. Gretchen has been a part of Mick Fleetwood’s Band for the last 12 years. Within that time the singer/songwriter has shared the stage with the likes of Pat Simmons, George Clinton and legendary musician Steven Tyler to name a few. Gretchen was featured on the song “Happy on the Hey Now” with Kenny Chesney on Chesney’s album “Life on a Rock” which she performed with him for a sold out 65,000 person show at Patriots Stadium in Boston. She also starred in Chesney’s “Wild Child” video which has been viewed over 11 million times.
Rhodes has a side electronica project with the Embassy of Joy. Embassy of Joy produced a track called “Addiction”; a remake of Jane’s Addiction’s “Jane Says” which was the #1 Deep House track in the world for three months.