PHILADEPHIA, PA - Rebecca Crews, famed wife of over 30 years to actor Terry Crews to share her upcoming album release and new outlook following beating cancer. Rebecca has always spoken truth through her voice, but until recently has concealed the truth of her artistic identity.
Performing music under the name Regina Madre, a pseudonym meaning 'Queen Mother,' Rebecca has deliberately maintained anonymity in her music career to let her voice itself stand on its own, completely independent from her husband's mega-stardom. Sparking nostalgia and inspiration within each of her songs, Rebecca's sound has an enchanting aura that skirts multiple genres, including jazz, electronic, soul, singer-songwriter, and pop, that melds with her unique vocals and poetic lyrics to keep listeners rapt.
While going in for her annual check-up a few months ago, Rebecca requested a mammogram, and the doctor found a lump that was diagnosed as stage 1 cancer requiring immediate surgery and radiation treatment. Following a double mastectomy right before the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic, Rebecca is now cancer-free. Offering strength in the face of adversity is something Rebecca's close circle is familiar with, and now she would like to tell her story to you with the hopes of inspiring women everywhere to know the importance of early detection.
Rebecca and Terry Crews have emerged as one of America's most beloved and inspiring love stories. Rebecca initially deferred her dreams of pursuing a music career to help make Terry's dreams come true. While Terry skyrocketed to stardom in the NFL and Hollywood, Rebecca embraced her role as the family's rock. She is not only Terry's biggest fan, but she is the formidable co-captain of Team Crews. In lifting each other up, Terry and Rebecca have become the ultimate Hollywood 'relationship goals' as they celebrated their 30th-anniversary last year.
Rebecca is also a sought-after speaker where she shares around the country her life's story and how she has overcome loss, tragedy, financial hardship (and success), as well as marital struggles, and overcoming grief.