Rosieposy8 2


London UK   Jan 2012  

Artist Bio

Influences:   carole king, tori amos, regina spektor- ish, the beatles, Sara Bareilles, Hall and Oates!!, Seal, Travis, Robbie Williams, Joni Mitchell, The Corrs, Robyn, The Beatles, Crowded House, Sheryl Crow, MUSICAL THEATRE

I am British and live in London!
I write many genres. I love collaborating.
I'm in a band called Miriam's sister and writing on a musical theatre workshop.
Have never managed to complete FAWM- usually am very poor at it- so any encouragement is much appreciated.

Piano player


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  • @suziewithaz  Mar 1

    Thanks for the review. Since no one says Ginger in the States, I prefer it. Reds Unite! Sounds a bit Russian!

  • @ericdistad  Mar 1

    Thanks for the great comment on Welcome Gloomy Undead! I love the idea of the "be less zombie like". We may play with that a bit. Thanks for the idea! 😀

  • @davewermers Feb 14

    Thanks for the comment. Reason for pause ... none other than written fast without too much editing. This was the 2nd take recording quick before work and I will most likely go back and work on it ... but maybe not ... who knows ...

  • @barbara  Feb 8

    Hi there Rosie! Good to see you back here again, and thank you for commenting on 'Amazing.' If you should actually want to add any vocal harmonies, you are most welcome. I love your singing!

  • @jwhanberry  Feb 7

    Thanks for your comments. Happy you liked my tune. The scraper thing is a guiro. The most common one is about 14" long and shaped like a fish. When I can't remember the name I call it a fish scraper.

  • @fonte  Feb 7

    Thanks for your kind comment, much appreciated!

  • @roddy  Feb 6

    Thanks for your comments they are really appreciated. Not to worry I'm not blue at all - it's just the song. You are completely correct, the song needs to be developed - will do this sometime later. OK I've done one song - it's your turn now!

  • @roddy  Jan 27

    You mentioned encouragement - here's some! You can certainly write 14 songs. You've got two instruments to use and heaps of experience of songwriting. If you need a collab to add to your total then I'm happy to work on something. I remember your excellent piano playing from previous FAWMs and look forward to hearing your ukulele music.