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Rose Angelica / Press

“Rose just won Female Entertainer of the year from CMG Global Radio for 2014!”

"I love working on projects with my former students. It makes teaching very rewarding and very worth it."

“GIRLS JUST WANNA DRINK BEER The Song of the Year songwriting contest has awarded Rose Angelica the Suggested Artist placement in the song contest. Song of the Year receives entries from all over the world and only the top songwriters receive a Suggested Artist placement in the songwriting competition. "More information at www.reverbnation.com/roseangelica" ”

“The folks from the Stars and Stripes Concert and Festival committee asked me to play at the beginning of the festival. And, they have asked me to join the entertainers Sunday evening on the big stage in Harding Stadium to again play the national anthem. It is an honor and I am excited to be part of this event," stated Angelica”

“I like coming home to play in Steubenville. It gives my friends a chance to see me in a concert-type setting. And, it is always good to come home. I am very fortunate to be living my dream. For this little girl from Smithfield, this is all very large," declared Angelica”

“Nashville, TN (2013)- Lamon Records Nashville recording artist Rose Angelica has joined a national cast of artists, B-Venturous Records, Wayne Warner and the Melodical Hearts Foundation to represent the state of Ohio in a historical and unique song and video. The song “Painted Hands” was inspired by the true story of thirteen year old Virgil Ware. While Virgil was killed as an innocent victim of the 1960’s civil rights movement, the song goes on to merge with today’s concerns of bullying and equality. Rose joins artists such as Taylor Swift, The Statlor Brothers and many more who have worked with the foundation to make “Music That Matters” “Painted Hands” has a simple melody that pulls you in with a powerful message that commands attention. “We have always felt that Music can say things that words alone would struggle to do and country music is America’s soundtrack” say’s founder Wayne Warner.”

“ MUSIC ARTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE Rose Angelica is a singer/songwriter and recording artist for Lamon Records Nashville. She taught music education in the Ohio Valley for 35 years, and holds a masters degree in Music Education from The Ohio State University. Rose is a member of The OSU Alumni Band, Bugles Across America, and The Lou Holtz Hall of Fame, Rose is a great Americana songwriter, who writes songs about the people and places she knows. She performs at many festivals and charity events through out the USA, Canada and Europe. Her new song Girls Just Wanna Drink Beer is a big line dance , party hit song of the summer. You can view her videos on you tube.”

Music Arts Monthly

“Rose Angelica‘s “real life” Americana songwriting also earned her a significant amount of airplay in 2012 from a slew of terrestrial and alternative broadcasters”

“I just returned from my first CMA Fan Fair in Nashville. Everyone was so wonderful and loved my music!”

“I'm living my dream!”

“Rose AngelicaPRLog (Press Release) - Jul 18, 2011 - Americana singer/songwriter Rose Angelica is no stranger to music. Her new music collection entitled "Girls Just Wanna Drink Beer" is being released this week on Lamon Records. The 4-song EP features a sampling of the fun and wonderful tunes and lyrics this talented artist has to offer. Though she's found her niche in acoustic-folk style songwriting, she's no novice when it comes to music. Playing in all sorts of bands since she was 12 years old, she earned a Master's degree in Music Education from Ohio State University. Then, after graduating from college, she spent the next 35 years teaching music in the Ohio Valley before landing a record deal with Lamon Records. "Rose is a unique talent," says Dave Moody, president of the 50 year old label Lamon Records. "Her songs are so real and honest... we felt she would find an audience for the music she's singing and writing." ”