Rose has performed with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Barry White, Cher and Tom Jones, but she still retains the down home warmth and humor of her native Temple, Texas.
A warm and passionate interpreter of soul, jazz and R&B classics, Rose has entertained crowds across Europe, and has made London her home away from home for more than 20 years. Backed by a four-piece band, Rose's current live show features songs by Burt Bacharach, Madonna, The Pointer Sisters, Sade, Eurhythmics, Al Green, Aretha Franklin and others.
In addition to her career as a singer, Rose has distinguished herself in the world of music and film production. She has been International Coordinator of Women in Film & Television International, a worldwide association with more than 10,000 members.
An accomplished composer, she won the 2001 FIPA Award for her original score for the film "100 Days," about the genocide in Rwanda. She is also the managing director of Hear No Evil, one of Europe's leading recording studios and surround sound music post-production facilities, whose credits include numerous Oscar and Emmy Award winning films.