Loni Rose has been generating global attention for many years. Her pop-country songs have found their way into
the films such as American Pie, Lovewrecked, Garth Brooks Produced Movie, Unanswered Prayers, as well as
television shows like America’s Next Top Model, Providence, Teen Mom, and The Hills.
In 1999 through her connections with Seattle’s KISS 106.1 FM, Loni secured a coveted spot on the Lilith Fair Music
Festival playing alongside female songwriters Sarah McLachlan and Sheryl Crow. On that success she continued to
perform to receptive crowds with Chris Isaak, Shawn Mullins, Shawn Colvin, Nelly Furtado, Blues Traveler and
With thousands of albums to choose from, in 2004, “CD Baby” selected Rose’s critically acclaimed debut album,
The Shine Sessions, and featured it on their home page. Shine Sessions was produced by Dwight A. Baker in
Austin, Texas at Matchbox Studios. The album features Sammy Hudson and Davey French of the Rock band
Everclear and Jason Halbert from The Kelly Clarkson Band. Loni’s video for a song on the album, “Wrong Way
Back”, was featured on Great American Country’s “The Next GAC Star” and was highly endorsed by industry
veteran, Desmond Child.
In 2009 Loni was chosen to compete in a national competition pioneered by a Fortune 500 Company promoting
exclusively to their 6 million registered consumers, Loni’s talent rose to the top, and she won by 200,000 votes
with surprisingly only 1% coming from her own region. Upon her success, Loni went on to record an album with
legendary producer, Elliot Mazer. Riding this wave she has been embraced by the Nashville songwriting
community collaborating with the likes of Shawn Mullins, Chuck Cannon, George Teren, Carolyn Dawn Johnson,
Joe West and Trey Bruce.
In 2012, Loni joined forces with prolific Emmy Award -winning songwriter/producer Trey Bruce and what started
as a typical Music City songwriting session developed into one of the most talked-about new projects in Nashville,
King’s Bullet. The duo recently released the self-titled King’s Bullet, and the overwhelming praise and attention
from the music community for the eight-song EP is undeniable.
With touches of country, folk, Americana and pop, King’s Bullet blends the talents of two unique artists into a
sound that’s familiar yet fresh, with lyrics that highlight themes of heartbreak, struggle and truth. MusicRow’s
veteran music critic Bob Obermann said that on “Watermelon Sun,” the opening track of the self-titled project,
“(Loni’s) sweet soprano takes the lead, while (Trey) provides a dusky harmony part. This opening track wafts across
like a dry prairie breeze in late afternoon. Refreshingly different.” Urban Country News felt that “I Won’t Be Your
Second Choice” is “sung with a candor that’s almost unsettling…the song’s sparse arrangement breathes well and
allows the vocals to sink in.”
King’s Bullet has negotiated a deal with Red River Entertainment and Sony Red and will release their debut album
in the Spring 2014.