Darren Rahn just released a new single, "Infinite Love". The song was dedicated to his wife, Pricilla, for the five year anniversary. With over 25 #1 radio singles and multiple Grammy nominations over the past 11 years as an artist, producer and mixing engineer, Darren Rahn has become urban jazz’s premiere sonic architect, the “go-to” guy for established genre greats and up and comers looking for their next sure-fire hit. Yet in signing with Woodward Avenue Records and recording his fifth album, the British Columbia born, Denver based saxophonist – who launched his solo career with Soulful in 2004 - is after something more meaningful than a few more instantly infectious smashes. The multi-talented performer’s desire to launch his second decade as an innovative powerhouse by creating music in his truest voice, straight from the heart, is perfectly in line with the label’s unique mission: to let artists make music authentic to themselves, beyond the trappings of formulas and strictly commercial considerations.
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Pricilla Rahn is running for or University of Colorado Board of Regents 6th Congressional District. Priscilla is a 26-year veteran public school Master Teacher; an elite distinction held by less than 1% of Colorado's teachers. She was the first teacher in Colorado to become National Board Certified in Early Adolescent/Young Adult Music. Priscilla has worked in urban, suburban and rural schools in Texas, Colorado and Alaska as a public school teacher, Regional Team Specialist, principal, teacher evaluator/coach, Summer ELA Site Leader, high school tennis and volleyball coach and higher education Student Teacher Supervisor. Priscilla was one of dozens of African-American teachers who contributed her story to Dr. Sharon Bailey for the DPS Bailey Report. From this study, the School Board passed the Black Excellence Resolution in order to eliminate inequities. Priscilla understands that it is crucial that all children receive a culturally responsive and equitable education so that they are prepared for the rigor of college. Priscilla a 2020 Harriet Tubman "Moses" Teacher of the Year recipient from the EduCtr.
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