The music of singer/songwriter Rosa Wallace displays a fusion of styles, from airy lullabies to pop rock anthems. With influences including Folk, Blues, Country, Classic Rock, and even Musical Theatre she explores life through her frank lyrics, combining warm, rich vocals with folk-inspired guitar.
Wallace's music has recently been featured twice on the Jellyfielders Podcast in the UK, and has been selected for broadcast on the WomensRadio Music Channel and Radio Crystal Blue. She is represented by WCL Music in the NACA college market.
ABOUT ROSA WALLACE
Rosa Wallace grew up in Raleigh, NC and began songwriting at the age of twelve. During the early years spent honing her skills in various punk bands, she always took time to write alone, whether in notebooks at school or on the walls of practice spaces, using an old classical guitar that her mother had played in college. Sifting through her parents' vinyl collection, she found a second home in the sounds of Folk, Blues, Soul, and Classic Rock.
Wallace continued to write songs while studying musical theatre in college and while she worked her way across Europe and Asia for the following three years. Her exposure to countless musicians across the globe and her own equally diverse musical history have influenced her compositions, while her astute and straightforward observations lead to a directness in her lyrics that can be both humorous and painfully honest. Her songs are tiny portraits of all life offers: love and loss; mischief and atonement; success and failure; but most of all, the power of a resilient spirit. She currently hails from the earthly paradise of New York City.