Words echo the bond between singer songwriter pianist Rosie O’Sullivan and her listeners; a true union of audience and artist. Whether in live performance, through video, or music, this link reflects the way Rosie writes, sings, plays and performs from the heart. With a fullness of passion for not only her music but equally for the sounds and inspirations, that have nurtured and helped shape her musical imagination.
Hailing from Birmingham, England, it is fair to say that Rosie embraced music at the earliest age. Brought up with the rousing sounds of Motown, Soul, and the vibrant styles of the sixties, she not only listened but immersed herself in the unique energy of the music, leaving a lingering influence on her own style and sound.
With singing a major part of life for Rosie, she also turned her inspiring ambition to the piano and saxophone, playing both from the age of eleven. Even then she was honing her craft and musical ideas, with a voice able to reap the success of her explorations. The past decade has seen Rosie continue to blossom as an artist and performer, singing with The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and in the BBC Proms in both 2011 and 2012, whilst earning a Bachelor Of Music Performance Degree at The London College Of Music and making her way the semi Finals of Britain’s Got Talent in 2013.
There is no escaping the sheer determination to Rosie’s musical passion, in which ever style and venture she involves herself. This has been proven time and time again within her own successful shows around the world. Through this success, Rosie has been seen supporting legendary artists such as Martha Reeves, Shalamar, T’Pau, The Three Degrees, Willie Nelson and The Real Thing, to name a few. It is this quality, alongside a stirring distinctive voice, that has paved the way for Rosie to reach for her dreams.
Persistently pushing her inventive nature, Rosie has performed around the world and in many esteemed venues.
A new melodic siren is about to inflame your soul!
‘Move over Adele there’s a new British diva in town’ – Simon Cowell