Introducing multi-talented Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Rosie Tucker, who has just recently received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Southern California. During her time in university, Rosie released Lowlight - a collection of 9 original songs she wrote and performed herself, composed music for short films, collaborated and performed with Sokamba Performing Arts Company, and lent her poetry and music to The Altar Collective, a literary magazine and arts collective. In addition, Rosie also co-founded MUSE (Musicians Unite in Support of Equality), a student group dedicated to connecting and educating aspiring female music professionals. Inspired by MUSE, Rosie’s undergraduate thesis project investigated gender disparities in post-secondary audio-technology education in the United States.
Now in 2017, Rosie splits her time between playing bass and writing songs for her post-rock band, Gypsum while also working on her solo career. Her latest original offering is called "Fault Lines", an uptempo indie rock ditty that perfectly blends together both twangy and rhythmic guitars while also showcasing her knack for writing clever and witty lyrics. Produced by Wolfy (Maddie Ross, Eliason), "Fault Lines", in Rosie's own words, "is an ode to a particular sort of sun-bleached, So-cal feeling of isolation"