Lia Rose
Lia Rose San Francisco songwriter Lia Rose has had her feet firmly planted in the Bay Area independent music scene since 2005. She grew up in Southern California surrounded by her family's wind chime business and it was clear from the start that this young girl would one day be a performer. After studying at UC Berkeley, she spent nearly a decade performing in bands [Built for the Sea / Or, The Whale / Minipop, etc]. Since 2011 Lia Rose has established herself as a solo artist, performing live on NPR, KPFA, & Live105. Her voice has been praised as “captivating and beautiful” by Tape Op Magazine. Live 105's Miles The DJ says "For years, one of my most favorite SF artists has been Lia Rose." Rose has opened for Huey Lewis & The News, John Doe (of X), Steve Poltz, & Jill Sobule among others and she has lent her vocal harmonies to friends Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, Tumbleweed Wanderers, Jeff Campbell, & Goodnight, Texas. She currently headlines twice a year at The Chapel.