About Stacie Rose
I am sorta into genre-bending and blending. I make music as I feel it, and relish the opportunity to collaborate with other artists, musicians, singers and producers who can bring their perspective to my vision. I adore sharing my songs with others and continue to be mystified by the intoxicating process of making music!
• My latest record is SHOTGUN DAISY, released June 2008 featuring Grammy nominated artist, Shawn Mullins (Vanguard Records).
• My music video for “Consider Me” made it to the final round of FUSE TV’s Make a Star “Best Original Music Video Competition” 2009.
• “Run Out” was selected for the PASTE BEAT radio Station on American Airlines in November 2008.
• “Sunny” was WVIA Homegrown Music’s MP3 of the week.
• amc licensed the following songs…
“Okay” to promote their Primetime Movie,
“Promised Land” (remix), for on air/web campaign promoting Women in Hollywood,
“Find Your Way” for a Primetime Movie “Every Night at 8”.
• “Consider Me” was featured on MTV’s THE HILLS.
• “Hope” is the title track for STOMP OUT CANCER campaign in 2008.
• I made the cover and was featured in The South Bergenite – MAY 2009.
• INDIE911 featured HOOOKA ARTIST OF THE DAY- MAY 13 2008.
• ESCADA licensed “Here’s Looking at You” to launch their fragrance Sunset Heat.
• FX’s THE RICHES starring Minnie Driver and Eddie Izzard licensed “Back to Life”.
• “Promised Land Remix” was featured in the 2009 feature film Pornography, directed by David Kittredge.
• RHAPSODY compares me to the likes of: Heart, Joni Mitchell, CSNY & Bob Dylan.
• I have had airplay on radio stations all over the U.S. including WVIA, WNTI, XM Satellite Radio, Internet radio (PANDORA, Live365.com, indie 911.com, Radiocrystalblue.com, Harrisradio.com, etc.) and internationally in Germany, UK, Denmark, Australia and Sweden, as well as being a podcast favorite.
• 4 of my songs were featured on the hit MTV shows Sorority Life and Fraternity Life.
• “Okay” was featured in SHAPE MAGAZINE’s Playlist of the Month (2008).
• Appeared in several TV spots that were part of a national campaign for ABC network promoting IN SEARCH OF AMERICA, a 6 part series hosted by Peter Jennings.
What the critics have said about ME : )
Great voice and she knows how to use it with vibrato and dynamics. She’s not showy, so she sounds honest…a great new talent to keep an eye on!
Eric Holland, WFUV/1938 Music
A warm and sympathetic singer, blessed with the imagination to make the most of her gifts…it is very easy indeed to take SHOTGUN DAISY to your heart.
MAVERICK MAGAZINE, UK
…with hints of soul-pop and a sprinkling of ethereal production touches. Her facility with overlapping vocal lines and a mildly jazzy edge to some of her phrasing might bring to mind echoes of Suzanne Vega and Joni Mitchell."
ALL MUSIC GUIDE
Stacie Rose’s music has an earthy feel, and makes for easy listening… Comparisons to Aimee Mann, and her explorative vocal style would make sense…She transcends the traditional singer/songwriter formula, fleshing out an original, fresh style.
I found Shotgun Daisy to be RIVETING!
Evan Ginzburg, Legends Radio and Associate Producer of “The Wrestler”
Influenced by Fleetwood Mac, the New Jersey-based Rose balances the individual spirit of Stevie Nicks with the polished excellence of Christine McVie. The opening “Find Your Way” is irresistible mid-tempo pop that would have fit any of Mac’s chart-topping discs.
Her honest sounding heartfelt lyrics are powerful and make you feel her tangled emotions in a way other musicians can’t whilst still sounding sexy, fun and hip.
Shotgun Daisy is packed full of relentlessly catchy hooks and effortless pop rock tunes.
Rose has carved out a sound all her own by combining tender, passionate vocals with that great pop sound and polished production work – aided on this record by some of the industry’s more respected names.
REBEL SPIRIT MUSIC
Filled with expert hooks and memorable melodies, Rose’s heartfelt lyrics will strike a chord with many listeners.
Rose’s charming voice and strong lyrics keep the album (Shotgun Daisy) consistently listenable and gratifying.
THE BIG TAKEOVER
…Tough as nails lyrics…no-nonsense delivery
… Feminine gentility with gutsy honesty…sweet hooks and soulful voice … the real deal.
Her songs have depth and seem to come from her soul. Add in the fact that this young lady has an absolutely killer voice…and you have a cool, uplifting album that will surely stand the test of time.
Rose’s confessional storytelling style shares an affinity with fellow Jersey native Bruce Springsteen in his earlier years.
Stacie’s voice soars with spatial superiority, class and smooth urgency.
…a hooky affair…offset by sharp lyrics
Her vision is unerring: musically the album goes everywhere Stacie Rose wants it to, and nowhere she doesn’t…the sole cover (a reinvention of U2’s “New Year’s Day”) can make one forget the original for a moment
Leaning toward the Suzanne Vega folkie side of Roseanne Cash country or vice versa, featuring heartfelt observations about hallucinogenic poetry and purple mountains…
Stacie Rose is an impressive singer/songwriter …has an engaging timbre to her voice…her lyrics are literate and she has a keen sense of melody and drama