Kylie Rose, a singer-songwriter born and raised in Malibu, California, has had a busy decade. Over the last ten years, Rose has recorded a holiday EP, a worship EP, two full-length original albums, completed her bachelor’s degree and pioneered her very own sound, which she coined “Calipopicana.” She describes Calipopicana as a blend of California influences like The Beach Boys and The Bangles, mixed with classic pop and Americana soul. She’s a fresh face with an uncanny ear for pop and a talent for connecting with her audience through storytelling. Rose’s style is completely unique, but influenced by Sheryl Crow’s musical innovation, Taylor Swift’s real-life- experience songwriting, Katy Perry’s sassy-yet- playful attitude and Patsy Cline’s vintage feel.
Since graduating, Rose has been more determined than ever to leave her mark on the music and entertainment industries. Without label support, Rose formed her own production company and assembled a band, rounding out
her four-part harmonies. Two of her songs were featured in a recent surf film, “Zero to 100: The Lakey Peterson Story.” She has also performed at sold-out venues like The Malibu Inn and The Hotel Café, and shared the stage with Mercy Me, The Newsboys, Building 429 and Jesse McCartney, among others. Most recently, she sang with Michael W. Smith at Carnegie Hall. In 2013, Kylie Rose is excited to finish her upcoming album and release Calipopicana to the world!