Rose Harting sings with a soul and depth that invites audiences into her magical world of love, mermaids, pain and heartache in her recently released CD, Fly.
Rose has sung the National Anthem at two NBA games in California. She sang in honor of Governor Schwarzenegger in San Francisco in 2007. Her love for the stage not only keeps her consistently performing in California, but has recently taken her across the USA and to Europe. In March of 2008, she performed in Detroit for the 5th annual “Just Let Me Breathe” benefit concert to find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis, opening up for Sponge. Following several shows in the summer of 2007 in Paris, France, Rose returned to perform for two weeks with her five piece band in the spring of 2008. While in Paris she was interviewed and performed on the French TV show “Le Couloir de la Night”. She’s been featured in SPIN Magazine, BUST Magazine and The Bohemian/Northbay Metro Magazine. Rose’s vocals can also be heard on the musical score for Beyond Pictures’ independent film “Bye, Bye Navina”.
At a young age Rose began writing songs and singing with her musician father and performing alongside her belly-dancing mother. She was raised in Northern California in an eccentric, artistic community which allowed her to focus on creativity. The alternative school she attended encouraged children to sing, dance and learn through art. This philosophy shaped the rest of Rose’s life and continues to run through her veins.
As a young woman, Rose grew tired of singing in cover bands but serendipitously met Chris Vibberts in just such a band. The relationship quickly evolved into a deep friendship and the two began creating music together. Fly is the culmination of Rose’s soulful melodies and lyrics with Chris’ unique production, intuitive arrangements and outstanding musicianship.