Anna Rose is a force to be reckoned with in the rock world. The Nashville-based musician’s raw, unfiltered personality shines through in her music, and her last album, “Strays In the Cut” is a testament to her evolution as an artist.
Rose’s songwriting skills have been sharpened by years of experience on the road and in the studio recording her three full-length studio albums. Her willingness to expose the harsh reality of being a woman in the music industry sets her apart, making her an artist worth watching.
Her most recent song, “Whatever Gets You Through the Night,” is a powerful exploration of falling in love with someone you can never be with. It’s a theme that’s been explored countless times, but Rose’s unique perspective and skilled instrumentation elevate the song to new heights. The demo version of the track was so strong that it ended up being the bulk of the final recording.
But Rose is far from done. “Last Girl of the Rodeo” is her upcoming autobiographical concept album, which will be released one track at a time over the course of the next year. Produced by her friend and collaborator Paul Moak, the album showcases Rose’s ability to blend a variety of genres, including classic rock, alternative indie, pop, and country, into modern songs with powerful vocals and skilled musicianship.
Throughout her career, Rose has toured extensively across the United States, headlining private performances and opening for internationally renowned bands.
Her dedication to her craft and willingness to bare her soul in her music make her an artist to watch in the years to come.