“The Rosewood Girl” is a new group formed by Greenpoint, Brooklyn - based singer/songwriter Susan Margolis. Susan started fronting bands and playing the Southeast in the ‘90’s while attending the University of South Carolina. In 1996 she moved to the East Village where she played as bassist/singer for “Canaveral”, a Sonic Youth - influenced group that played regularly on the NYC club circuit. After several years of playing bass and guitar for a number of NYC (Vitamin D, The Owl Motel, Week at the Lake) and SC (Science Knows No Sin, Speed Kitty) groups she released 2 solo CDs under the name “Mouse”. “Mouse” was supported by local NYC players Konrad Meissner ( “The Silos”), Pete Galub (“Pete Galub and The Annuals”) and Dennis Cronin (“Vitamin D”). Mouse played for several years in NYC and the Southeast, and the records aired on both NPR and college/internet radio stations.
After a few years of musical hiatus, Susan has picked up the guitar and joined forces with the rhythm section of Brooklyn band “Himalaya”, including Nicholas Maglione on drums and Thomas Lawrie on bass and solo artist Pete Galub on lead guitar. With the help of engineer Charles Burst at Seaside Lounge, producer Mark Ephraim at Hole In The Sky and Alex Saltz at APS Mastering, "The Rosewood Girl" has completed a new full length record called "Need A Dog" which will be released in spring 2012.
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