Rebecca Perl was born and raised in the tropical paradise we call Long Island, NY, a child of the eighties and nineties, Rebecca announced at age 13 that she would be a singer-songwriter when she grew up. Born into a very musical family, googling "How To Play Guitar" was all she needed before running with her dream. The pop music radio of the late '90s and early 00’s carried a heavy dose of acoustic pop music, and Rebecca gravitated to that sound. This is where she first saw artists like John Mayer, Dave Matthews Band, Jewel, Alanis Morissette and Michelle Branch perform live, which greatly influenced her musical tastes.
By 2012, Rebecca landed the first of many major gigs supporting Howie Day, Gavin Degraw, Ryan Cabrera, Teddy Geiger, Tyler Hilton, Vertical Horizon, Olivia-Newton John and others. All the while in 2013, she was writing and recording her debut album "Rendezvous." Rebecca sold out The Studio at Webster Hall for the release of "Rendezvous" in April 2013, and the album garnered great reviews from critics around the world.
Rebecca moved down to Austin, Texas in September 2014 with her second studio album on the way. This marked a major event in Rebecca's life as a songwriter and performer, leaving it all behind to start anew in the music-rich city of Austin, TX. She performed an official music showcase at SXSW on March 21st in Austin, TX, and on April 28th, she released her Sophomore album, "Point Of No Return" both digitally and on CD. 'Point Of No Return' combines the catchy sounds of folk and pop while remaining honest and truthful in the lyrics. She returned from her Southeastern tour in late May 2015 and has recently wrapped up yet another West Coast tour with Howie Day in August 2015.
After touring the country, Rebecca decided to make a shift in her music career and moved out to Los Angeles, where she currently resides. Her focus has been songwriting and collaborating with other writers – both for herself and other artists. Her deep passion for performing has not wavered, and she’s excited to see what the future holds.