Isabel Rose

Isabel Rose

 New York City, New York, USA

Isabel Rose has moxie. Reviewers have likened her to performers such as Ann-Margret, Peggy Lee and Bette Midler so appealing in years past. Rose's debut LP has received rave reviews, and has been played multiple times by Jonathan Schwartz on his SiriusXM show segment “High Standards.’


Isabel Rose is best described as a renaissance creative spirit. She co-wrote and starred opposite Andrew McCarthy and Eartha Kitt in the film Anything But Love, released in 2003 by Samuel Goldwyn. Rose’s first novel, The J.A.P. Chronicles, was published by Doubleday in 2005. She adapted her novel into a one-woman, musical which ran off-Broadway in 2006. Her non-fiction essays have also been included in various anthologies and she is currently working on her second novel. Isabel’s first CD, Swingin’ from the Hip, is available on iTunes and Amazon. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Yale University and holds an MFA in fiction and literature from Bennington College.


Swingin' From the Hip LP (2010)