Rachel Peer Biography – Rachel Peer Wiki
Rachel Peer Prine was the wife of John Prine, an American folk singer, and songwriter. She is a musician and bass player. She sang harmony on several tracks in Prine’s ninth album, German Afternoons, released in 1986. This was as their marriage was nearing the end. Producer Jim Rooney recalled in his own memoir. He wrote, “John and Rachel were having a very up-and-down time of it, but the resulting songs might have been worth all the trouble. Perhaps the best song to come out of the turmoil generated by Rachel and John’s relationship was the aptly titled ‘Speed of the Sound of Loneliness.’”
John Prine Wife Rachel Peer
John Prine married songwriter and bassist Rachel Peer in 1984. The couple met at Cowboy Jack Clement’s Nashville studio. Before Rachel Peer, Prine had married his high school sweetheart, Ann Carole, in 1966, and they stayed together until the late Seventies. While in Ireland in 1988, Prine met Fiona Whelan, a Dublin recording-studio business manager. She moved to Nashville and they married in April 1996.
Rachel Peer Age
Rachel Peer’s age is unclear. However, John Prine was born on October 10, 1946, in Maywood, Illinois, United States. He died on April 7, 2020. He was 73 years old.
Rachel Peer Children
John Prine and Rachel Peer had no child together.
John Prine Death
John Prine died on April 7, 2020, at the age of 73 due to complications of the coronavirus.