Amongst the products she promoted were Caravelle Candy Bars, Faygo RedPop, Frigidaire refrigerators and Dole Bananas.
At the advanced age of ten, Rachel was working as the opening act for Mickey Rooney and Bill Cosby respectively. She then trooped off to Nashville for a three-year stint with tiny Derek Records.
Although her singles featured backing from the cream of Nashville, the best she could manage was a disc that peaked at #96 on the country chart, We Live In Two Different Worlds.
In 1977, Rachel teamed up with a Kim Fowleyesque character called Liam Sternberg, who was also a songwriter and producer. Together they contributed two songs to an Akron-based compilation album which was released in the UK by Stiff Records, who signed her immediately.
Stiff tried to market her as a post-punk sex symbol and somehow stumbled into dubious jailbait territory.
Her 1978 single B-A-B-Y (written by Isaac Hayes and originally a hit for Carla Thomas) proved to be the high point of her career, after which she dropped out of the music business and returned to America, where she eventually became a powerful television executive.