Ruby Jean Rose is a singer/songwriter & musician born in the US but moved to the UK as a teenager. She started playing in the local bars right away, supporting great artists such as Marcus Foster.
After she left school she started working as a live sound engineer and organising concerts (Carnivalesque 2013) but she knew her place was on stage making the noise. She decided to move to Berlin to push herself as an artist and performer. With regular trips to the UK, she recorded and album and single with Simon Rompani & Keith Clarke (Ain't Gonna Break & Shiver), supported artists such as Dodgy and The Beat then co - wrote a song with Jamie Freeman (Bad Girls). The most important thing that happened to her in this time was bringing her music to the street.
In 2017 she teamed up with David Stewart Ingleton & Tomas Peralta. Together they further developed Ruby's own brand of Americana by recording two EPs (Putt Putt & Hacksaw) and touring Europe. Her unique take on the genre began to attract more live performers only making her concerts more diverse. Ruby returned to the US & UK the following year to perform at venues and Festivals such as Hotel Cafe (LA) and Red Rooster Festival (Suffolk) while still touring Europe; playing on the streets and Irish bars.
2019 led Rose down yet another new direction - composing instrumental pieces on her first instrument, the cello, for short films. She also returned to running Cabaret shows, this time in Berlin with a heavier focus on theatrics & storyline. Folk is still in her veins as she plans to record her 3rd album with Jamie Freeman later this year.
Within each creation lies an undeniable ability and passion to create music that truly connects people. She willfully holds the mirror to reveal our loneliness and fears, yet provides a comforting hand and an understanding that is terrifyingly pure, healing and sublime.