Rachel Bradshaw certainly won't ever lose the "daughter of Terry Bradshaw" label, but that's fine by her ... just as long as people know it wasn't her last name that got her a record deal. The blond beauty moved to Nashville in 2006 to chase her country music dreams, but also kept a smart head on her shoulders by attending Belmont University. She was able to juggle classes with her music career and developed quite a name for herself in prestigious Nashville songwriting circles.
After scoring a Top 5 hit as a co-writer and background singer on Jerrod Niemann's "What Do You Want," Rachel is now stepping out of the shadows and into the spotlight she's dreamed of since she was a little girl -- a little girl whose football legend father taught her Country Music 101 lessons, filling their Texas home with the sounds of George Strait, Alan Jackson, Patsy Cline and other classic country legends.
The Boot attended a special party in Nashville honoring Rachel's signing with the Bigger Picture Group, which will release her debut album in the coming months. And even though her four-time Super Bowl-winning dad was there, all eyes were on Mr. Bradshaw's talented daughter.