“Rose is an audio enigma of stunning proportions.” United Global Artists, Los Angeles
“Her contemporary arrangements distinguish her from a swarm of up and comers who all sound like they were cut from the same cookie cutter. And people have noticed.” P. Andrew, Pique Magazine
2004: Sang “I Don’t Wanna fight” on “What’s Love, a tribute to Tina Turner”, featuring Deniece Williams, Jeff Healey, Alannah Myles, Tiffany, and Nancy Kerrigan. Versailles Records, 2004, Distributed by Big Daddy.
Independently released first album, “What I don’t get”, receiving acclaim on the Canadian West Coast and the Eastern United States Coast independent music scene. She specializes in writing pop music, with a fresh range of styles '" from “smooth and sexy”, to “ natural acoustic”, to “get your butt off the couch and move!”.
Her song “Silence” from “What I don’t Get” was featured in Printshopp, an American film directed by Rodney Beckwith and musically supervised by Erik Gloege. (Also featured artists Tom Peterson (Cheap Trick) and Sass Jordan.)
She has travelled throughout Japan, through Spain, the East Coast USA, and Canada, performing in smaller venues and for international festivals.
She remains an independent artist, and owns her record label, Lion Records. ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT AVAILABLE AT: www.sonicbids.com/rosereiter
Born and raised in Vancouver, and currently resides in Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Songwriter, singer, pianist and guitarist She began piano and dance at the age of 3. She began working in studios as a backup singer for various acts as a young teenager. She has studied 12 years as a dancer '" Ballet, Jazz, Spanish and Modern, and still loves to dance! She has also studied theatre and performance for many years. She is focusing on Europe and the United States, with a keen eye to New York, a place she has always loved coming back to.