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Rose Rossi | Hello to You

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Hello to You

by Rose Rossi

Intelligent, quirky pop/rock with live band production, sexy melodies, solid guitars and vibey keyboards.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fade
3:30 $0.99
2. Counting Time
3:54 $0.99
3. Shut Down
3:19 $0.99
4. Hello to You
3:56 $0.99
5. The Fool
4:42 $0.99
6. Fall Out Fall In
3:56 $0.99
7. Stars
3:59 $0.99
8. I Am Trying
3:11 $0.99
9. This Is Love
3:16 $0.99
10. So Real
3:45 $0.99
11. My World
4:29 $0.99
12. There Is a Girl
3:22 $0.99
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Album Notes
Rose Rossi is a 24 year old Los Angeles native. From an early age, her parents (both are actors) instilled the love of artistic expression in Rose and her younger sister. They insisted that both daughters study piano, although Rose dreaded lessons and described practicing as a form of torture. To get out of piano lessons she swore she would love music more if only her parents got her a guitar. Indeed, it was true. Rose had found a new best friend. Not only did she practice but she began writing songs. "Guitar became my tool for exploration and expression. I used it to 'dig deep'," she says with a smile.

Her first performing experience came when she was just 11 after starting a band with a couple of friends from school. Rose has always been a natural leader, although she does admit, "I earned the name Bossy Rossi as a kid."

During high school at an all-girls school in Pasadena, Rose formed a new band with some guys in the area, playing gigs at clubs in Hollywood. Around this time, she resumed studying piano, this time with keyboardist and music producer, Cliff Brodsky. Brodsky recognized Rose's raw talent and flair for performance, and offered her a development deal. However, the sessions were short lived when Rose decided to move to New York and enroll at Sarah Lawrence College. "It was so important for me to get out of my comfort zone and explore. New York was crazy and I was nuts!"

Rose continued to write and play at cafes and open mics in NY. She also traveled to Italy, studying in Florence and Sicily. "Traveling was inspiring to me and obviously changed my perspective. In addition to all of the stimulation of new surroundings and culture, I found myself spending a great deal of time by myself for the first time, and this was new and fulfilling."

After college Rose moved back to Hollywood and reconnected with Brodsky, they began working hard on studio demos of the tunes Rose had penned over the prior years. At the same time, they began putting together a band and collaborating on new material. Within six months, they began proper recording and Rose's debut album was born, entitled Hello To You.

"All of these songs represent honest moments in my life. They are the revelations of coming into my own, being okay with being angry, or clinging to my little girl tendencies. Growth meant coming to terms with the surprises that revealed themselves in my personality, and learning that it all is okay. As long as you stay truthful it's all okay."

The album is due for an early 2008 release, and Rose plans to support its release with plenty of touring. She explains, "Now that the process of recording is over, I am looking forward to getting back out to perform this material live. The theatrics of the whole experience gives an excitement and energy that brings the material alive in a special way."


For more information, contact: 

Brodsky Entertainment, LLC 
(213) 248-1688



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Upon first listen to Rose Rossi, she sounds unique from other artists. Her voice has a special, light flare to it, and she glides upon her lyrics, sliding from note to note in a legato motion. The voice is the main show of the song, and the other instruments merely accents it. The drums help to provide the steady rhythm that she sings over, telling her story. A bass guitar transition helps the lyrics to settle in. Although she is very unique from others, I could still compare her tone color to Avril Lavigne, in that she creates an alternative rock flavor by vocal inflection and elision of lyrics. For example, she also likes to elaborate on and repeat “hey,” as Avril repeats and elaborates upon “with you.”

Andrea Muesing

Right away when I heard “Hello To You” I knew that I could definitely get into Rose Rossi. This is the kind of artist that fans are looking for, because her tracks are genuine and almost any (girl) could relate to the lyrics. I definitely hear the resemblance to Gwen Stefani and No Doubt in general, especially in “There Is A Girl.” But Rose Rossi makes it more sweet and traditional, in a good way. One of my faves was “I Am Trying” because the lyrics really let you see into her personality. Any listener, whether they are 15 to 45 can tie these lyrics into a life experience, and that is key in any artist’s journey.


A new star
Rose Rossi stands out in the new movement of female driven, organic, acoustic pop rock that is currently saturating modern radio. Her voice carries alternative rock qualities similar to that of Gwen Stefani but also contains the souful and folk sensibilities of artists such as Jewell and Colbie Callait. Rossi brings her own style when it comes to her look combining elements of classic rock female icons with a modern twist . Her song’s are driven by her overtly emotional lyrics that reflect her own life experiences. Rossi’s first single, “Hello To You” represents her style perfectly with flowing and relaxed instrumentals driven by her unique voice and reflective lyrics.

Devin Blixt

WOW talent
Very talented young woman. It is always nice to hear fresh artists and something different for a change. She is comparable to Jewel but less folky and also fiona apple...whom I love. Rose is up and coming for sure

Richard Clark

Great album
I only heard a few tracks from Rose Rossi's myspace site and from those songs I decided to buy the full album. This cd is one one of the best albums this year and is definately worth a purchase. A+++++

Also great delivery time from CD Baby to the UK.


Amazing voice
Love to listen to Rose Rossi. she has an amazing voice.


Sweet sounds
Rose Rossi is a singer/songwriter who just wants to relate to the feelings and experiences of her listeners. This Los Angeles based artist has just released her debut album “Hello to you” that will explode the indy scene. Her sound crosses the board from Colbie Caillat to Jewel. Her sweet, strong lyrics are breathtaking.

Peter Stetter

Hello to you
The title should be the greeting to many people who love good music with heart and rhythm. Every track is worth listening! I am sure, this is the beginning of a long successful story. My favorits are "I am trying" and "Hello to you" and many more.


Haunting and Quirky
Rose Rossi has a haunting quirky voice that makes her unique. Her relatable lyrics speak to that of every woman: songs about anger and love. Her music is a sweet and funky. The guitar rocks with the blues and the drums keeps the tempo raging to the finish of the song.


Her music is sweet and relaxing. It reminds me of a mellow Gwen Stefani. Her music has a smooth beat. The music focuses more on vocals and provides a small amount of musical accompaniment. Sometimes her music has a country feel, like in the beginning of “Counting Time” as well as “My World”. Overall her music is the perfect combination of attitude as well as sexuality.
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