Rachel Fuller is a successful composer, arranger and singer-songwriter who has been composing music since she was ten years old. A classically trained pianist, she first worked with Pete Townshend on his ‘Lifehouse Chronicles’ solo project, subsequently released her own solo album ‘Cigarettes And Housework’ and co-wrote a song for The Who’s last album ‘Endless Wire’. Rachel, 41, worked closely with Townshend on the orchestrations for ‘Quadrophenia’ – an album originally released in the year she was born. Her first professional job in music was as an organist in a funeral home. More recently she wrote her own stage musical, ‘Ash’. She met Townshend in 1996 and lives with him in west London.