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Rose Angelica is an international recording artist on Century II  Records Nashville and Lamon Records Nashville.   Rose's music has been on internet radio, am/ fm radio, satellite radio, and music video channels for 6 years.   She  is a singer/songwriter, teacher and musician who has taught music in the Ohio Valley for 35 years.  She was a member of the famous Ohio State University Marching Band and has a Master's Degree in Music from The Ohio State University.   Rose plays at many charity events and raises money for music scholarships.  She was inducted into the Lou Holtz Hall of Fame in 2007 and has been chairman of the Dean Martin Festival for the past 20 years, and received a Community Star award for Jefferson County and in 2015  and The Joe Fortunato Community Award for Mingo Junction, Ohio.

    Rose writes about life in America and the people who live in it.  Her hit song Girls Just Wanna Drink Beer is the line dance party song of the summer and #1 on CMG Radio Nashville and #1 on Airplay Express out of the top 200 songs in June 2016.
    Rose performed  on Painted Hands a compilation CD with country star Wayne Warner which was released last fall.   She is also working on a children's book, CD/DVD of her hit song The Wish about a child's prayer to be adopted at Christmas time.
     Rose premiered WV Miners @ Bethany College with the college choir, a song she wrote dedicated to the Sago Mine disaster.  She has been writing songs for over 40 years.
    Rose is described as the female Johnny Cash.  She listened to Elvis, Hank, Johnny Cash,  Patsy, Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra as a kid, giving her a diverse musical background,
    Rose playes the guitar and trumpet and is a member of Bugles Across America and plays TAPS at many military functions.
    Rose performs all over the USA and has also performed in Europe and Canada.  She just finished a 3 month winter tour in Florida and has just returned from performing in Nashville for 3 weeks in June for CMA Fan Fair and at clubs all over Music City. She played a show  at Fort Knox, Ky for the troops, and has been a featured performer for the past 6 years at The Nashville Songwriters Festival , The Independent Music Festival, Spring Fling, July 4th Celebration and CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee.
     Rose wrote a song called Mikey's Song with a dvd and children's book for autism awareness. All proceeds go to the Mikeyfied Fund for Adult Autism in Warren, Ohio and is dedicated to Michael DiVieste.
     Her latest project is a duet called Saturday Night Is Girls Night Out  with Donna Cunningham released on Century II Records Nashville in October 2016.

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