Anna Rose Ticket Giveaway!



Thanks to my friends at Sneak Attack Media I have  
2 x tickets to giveaway for Anna Rose's NYC Shows!!
From Brooklyn, NY, she mixes folk, blues, pop and really exudes this purity of someone who just truly loves playing music, and the energy of her performance is infectious.

Gramercy Theater - Mon Sept 21
Rockwood - Sept 29 (release day for her self-titled EP.)

Email me at mail(at)ameliashaw.com.au TO WIN!!!
Winners will be announced tonight!!

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Anna Rose - During her twenty-four years on Earth as what she calls a "rock kid," there have been great passions in Anna Rose's life, and then there has been music. "More than anything, I have always straight-up just totally and truthfully loved it," she says.
Always, she has known she would perform and record as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist-pianist who would release an album such as Nomad, her upcoming debut, which she co-produced with William (Billy) Sullivan, five songs from which comprise her sensational current Anna Rose EP. And always she has been a little nuts about guitars. She started playing at age 5, after an older cousin brought one along to a holiday family gift exchange.
On Anna Rose, songs like the guitar-rich '"Picture" and the atmospheric ballad "Wilshire Blvd." proceed with an elegant ruggedness that comes from Anna Rose's life-long attraction to rock and roll from the halcyon days of '60s and '70s southern California, and she sings them with an effortless-sounding soprano gravity. "I love that Mulholland Drive, rock-songwriter, star-tripped, holed-up-in-a-house-drinking-gin-and-smoking-weed-writing-songs thing," she says. "I think that's why I moved to California when I was 18, and the place will always be that to me, even though it wasn't that for me. I remember driving up on Mulholland Drive, for example, one night after I'd played one of my gigs in L.A. I was with Billy Sullivan, my co-producer on 'Nomad'. It was like I had found a place in the music world."

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