Elizabeth Rose released two singles on 2/21/23: "Maya Angelou (Songbird)" and "Burning The Candle At Both Ends." Several more releases are planned including songs from her Happiness Project, inspired by the need for uplifting during the pandemic. The first song in this project, The Set Aside Song, features musical luminaries like Steve Gadd (drums), Tony Levin (bass), brother Bob Rose (guitar), husband Don Castellow (baritone sax), Michael Blake (tenor/soprano sax), Chris Anderson (trumpet/flugelhorn) & Rusty Cloud (co-producer, arranger & keyboards).

Born into a musical family with professional connections that stretch from Name That Tune to David Letterman, Rose learned early on that singing and playing guitar wouldn’t just happen around the campfire. Blessed with a voice big enough to deliver the National Anthem for the NY Mets, the six string and keyboard skills requisite to compose and do voices for TV (Nikelodeon, PBS Kids, Discovery), film (Sex and The Other Man, starring Stanley Tucci) and theatre, she’s equipped to provide musical messages to the world.

Her one-woman musical comedy, Relative Pitch, was produced Off Broadway by NY’s renowned Cherry Lane Theatre’s Mentor Project. Past lives include touring with the Broadway cast of Beatlemania on keyboards. On the blues scene, she led her fiery guitar trio, played and recorded with blues legend, Pinetop Perkins.

Her song, I’m Too Beau’ful (For You) was featured in Elmore Magazine’s list of “Top 20 Women Empowerment Songs – Ever!” She produced and hosted Mosaic, an arts show on educational TV in the Midwest.

Her hilarious music video Leave Me Alone, was honored by Emblem Health’s Caregivers Organization and distributed to hundreds of its members. It starred her 96-year-old mother, Gerry Rose, who did comedy bits on Letterman.