Rose Walker is a singer/songwriter with an unquestionably bright future. Her angelic voice delivered with youthful energy captures listeners with a personality that is truly authentic. “I don’t want my music to try to be something that it’s not,” she says. “I want my character to shine through on every song I write.”
Rose's songs have already attracted listeners from throughout the world. Her original compositions have drawn interest from radio and television, and online reviewers, one of whom says "(Rose) is on the cusp of singer/songwriter superstardom. She is a perfect hybrid of Tori Amos, Regina Spektor, Mindy Smith and Emmylou Harris, yet she is able to find a voice within herself that is wholly original and pure."
Recorded at the age of 16, her self-titled debut EP includes six songs praised by critics for their insight and honesty. One says, “(Her) voice soars high above mundane topics, touching on things that few sixteen year olds would even comprehend. Rose speaks of love, redemption, and loss. The songs have innocence but are not naïve, and at times, they actually rock.”
Her fans agree. Rose's indie hit "Another Sometime" spawned over 150 remix versions in Sony's popular Acid Planet remix contest.
The Atlanta resident seemed destined to write music, growing up with a father who released several independent albums of his own, an older brother who is a Nashville producer and another who is a virtuoso symphonic performer.
Rose continues to write, and is preparing songs for her second CD.