Charlie Rose

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Past shows

  • Boston Acoustic Takeover: Charlie Rose

    This show was on May 26th, 2014 | 17 people watched
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    • May 27
      A wonderful talent.
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  • Charlie Rose and friends at Passim. Mark Erelli and Brittany Haas open!

    This show was on May 20th, 2014 | 47 people watched
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    • May 21
      It was impossible to attend in person, but the joy of the evening came through. What a great collection of fantastic musicians. Congratulations Charlie, the first of many big nites of wonderful music...
    • May 21
      great music, video and sound
    • May 25
      So great to hear live music without having to travel!
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Bio

Emerging as a songwriter and solo artist with his debut album, “Stowaways,” Charlie Rose already has a long list of credits as a multi-instrumentalist and studio musician. He has worked with many well known artists, including Aoife O'Donovan, Sarah Lee Guthrie, Johnny Irion, Jonathan Edwards, Jocie Adams, Josh Ritter, and Rose Cousins. He has played pedal steel, guitar, banjo, upright bass,... more

Emerging as a songwriter and solo artist with his debut album, “Stowaways,” Charlie Rose already has a long list of credits as a multi-instrumentalist and studio musician. He has worked with many well known artists, including Aoife O'Donovan, Sarah Lee Guthrie, Johnny Irion, Jonathan Edwards, Jocie Adams, Josh Ritter, and Rose Cousins. He has played pedal steel, guitar, banjo, upright bass, horns, cello, and sung on records produced by Jeff Tweedy, Patrick Sansone, Tucker Martine, Zachariah Hickman, Bruce Kaphan, and many other heavy talents.

“Stowaways” is an extraordinary first effort, a fully-realized vision by a songwriter coming into his own. Over the years, as he crisscrossed the globe with various artists in a variety of contexts, Rose amassed an impressive collection of material. Like stowaways tucked away in the belly of a vessel, the songs just needed to be coaxed out of hiding, brushed off, and shown to the world.

The title track is a yearning piano pop ballad in waltz time in which Rose sounds a bit like Rufus Wainwright, but with a banjo. On the other end of the spectrum is “Me Vs. the Minibar,” a wry, up-tempo honky-tonk number. In between, Rose stirs up memories and feelings with the skill of a seasoned troubadour, bringing intricacy and a sense of wonder to a set of deeply personal songs.

Rose can be seen performing as a solo act, a sideman with various artists, or as a member of bluegrass band Barnstar! and symphonic folk group, Arc Iris.

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