Folk singer Jane Gabrielle has toured as a solo artist and as artistic head, and lead singer of regional folk rock favorite "Radar Rose". Also a talented writer, actress and visual artist, Gabrielle pursues all these passions as time allows. Her 2016 tour is called "Songs to "Bern' the Nation", believing the time is urgent for songs of healing, love and uniting.
Venues include: Eddie's Attic, Ziggy's, The Tin Angel, The Loft, Festival in the Park, '96 Summer Olympics Atlanta, GA, Rivers, Riverfest, Food for Thought, 8x10 Club, Blue Ridge Vineyard, Hill Top Vineyard, The Roanoke Wine Festival and many, many more.
Sharing the bill: Shawn Mullins * Richie Havens * Arlo Guthrie * Joan Osborne * Caroline Aiken * Wendy Bucklew * disappear fear * Ann Wilson (Heart) * Goose Creek Symphony * Carbonleaf * Southern Culture on the Skids * Atlanta Rhythm Section * The Jayhawks * Michelle Malone *
The Brackety-Ack Roanoke College, Virginia
"...Singer, rhythm guitar and mighty redhead, Jane Gabrielle could be the second coming of Janis Joplin."
The 1/2 Creeper
"Jane Gabrielle has a great set of lungs. When this woman sings, her voice will inspire you to get up and move. She's totally magical."
Relix Magazine, Mick Skidmore
"Radar Rose is a modern, folk-rock quartet that calls Roanoke, Virginia home. One Dozen Live Roses is its second album, as the title suggest, was recorded live (at The Coffee Pot). The band plays a vibrant and energetic blend of roots you, acoustic-based Rock and folk. If you enjoy artists such as Melissa Etheridge, the Indigo Girls and disappear fear, then this band will,undoubtedly, be of interest."
Three original albums to her credit, Gabrielle continues to write and looks forward to a solo album soon.