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Rachael Lampa Discovers that ‘All We Need’ is a Doctor on NBC’s ‘The Sing-Off’

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Despite acute laryngitis, 220/Universal recording artist Rachael Lampa continues to shine as part of The Collective on the new season of the reality competition series

(From Hulu.com: Rachael Lampa performs with The Collective on the Oct. 10th episode of NBC’s “The Sing-Off”)

(NASHVILLE, Tennessee) -- Rachael Lampa fans were concerned to see the 220/Universal recording artist in need of medical attention on the October 10th episode of NBC’s hit series, The Sing-Off. Suffering from acute laryngitis, it was initially uncertain if Lampa would be able to perform with her group, The Collective, leading to urgent medical care.

“Monday night was quite a rush to watch,” said Lampa, of the performance that was pre-taped in September. “I wasn't sure how it was going to sound. It was all such a blur at the time so it was a pleasant surprise to see that it came across well and the judges were happy with the performance!”

The Dove Award winning recording artist, whose latest album All We Need was released on September 27th, is competing this season with The Collective, a group of Nashville vocalists formed specifically for the series by Jeremy Lister of Season 2 runner-up Street Corner Symphony. The series, which brings together a cappella groups from around the nation who compete each week for the votes of the viewers, is hosted by Nick Lachey and features the judging panel of Ben Folds, Sara Bareilles and Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockman.

“Being on The Sing-Off has been such a fun part of this whole process of getting back into the music world,” says Lampa, who is currently on the road with Group 1 Crew, Shonlock and Rapture Ruckus for this fall’s Outta Space Love Tour. “I love my group, The Collective, and it's cool to have had such a different and new experience with such beautiful and talented people.”

Tune in to NBC on tonight at 8/7c to see how Lampa and The Collective progress.

About Rachael Lampa
In 2000, at just 15 years old, Lampa skyrocketed onto the pop scene amassing an unprecedented nine Top 10 singles (four at #1) and a Dove Award (for her hit “Blessed”) while touring heavily (with Destiny’s Child, Boyz II Men, Nickel Creek, Stacie Orrico, Amy Grant and Vince Gill, among others) and making high profile appearances on The Tonight Show, The View, Entertainment Tonight, E! News and Extra, as well as gracing the pages of Teen People, CCM Magazine and many more. She explored acting with a supporting role in the 2006 film Hidden Secrets, opposite John Schneider (Dukes of Hazzard, Smallville) and joined American Idol winner Jordin Sparks on tour in 2010 as a background vocalist on her tours with the Jonas Brothers and Britney Spears. For more information, visit www.rachaellampa.com.