Infectious grooves, powerful lyrics and an energetic stage presence propel Lianna Rose and her new music into the now!
Combining flavours of western guitars and driving blues & roots riffs is a common thread among her original gems. From Europe to the U.S.A, Lianna’s music has appeared on numerous Television drama’s, radio shows & cinema screens and on the cusp of the release of her second album “Travellers” she is preparing to travel extensively throughout the world. Australian audiences
embraced her debut album, “Soak Up The World” receiving numerous industry awards for best new talent, a worldwide publishing deal with Australia’s Mushroom Music publishing and 3 prestigious finalist berths at the Annual C.M.A.A Awards of Australia in Tamworth 2010. A list of admirable support shows opening for artists such as Mondo Rock, James Reyne, Daryl Braithwaite, Sarah McCleod, Shannon Noll & James Blundell plus many others. With numerous national festivals & intimate performances over the years, Lianna offers diversity in each and every one of her showcases, finding her place somewhere between, but not lost. After a visit to Nashville in 2012, with her spell binding performance at the famous songwriters hub “Bluebird Café”, Lianna’s reputation as a strong songwriter continues to evolve.
“Travellers” the second album due for release in March 2015, is full of potential radio favourites. A collection of honest, deep & heartfelt songs, spilled from her trusty Maton acoustic, Fender telecaster & resonator guitars. Produced by two of Australia’s finest, Matt Fell of Love Hz Studio’s Sydney & Simon Johnson of the Hillbilly Hut, Central Coast, Lianna put all her faith in them to bring out the best in her songs.
With smatterings of Blues, Roots, Rock, Bluegrass & Rockabilly, Lianna has created one hell of an eclectic original album.
“Lianna Rose returns with her new album “Travellers”. A 100% all original album that defies boundaries and ignites the imagination. A blend of Alt- Country/Blues & Roots infused with heartfelt lyrics, infectious grooves and delicate harmony. “Travellers” takes a deeper look at the journey of an artist who is not afraid to explore the length & breadth of the road less travelled.”
“Her songs are good, reminding me of Shawn Colvin, A wonderful Debut”, Jeff Jenkins JB Hi-Fi Magazine
“A World Class act, well worth the wait”, Jon Wolfe Capital News Magazine