Madison Rose

Madison Rose

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Madison Rose’s sound has a classic rock feel with it’s driving guitar solos, fused with Madison’s pop influences to create songs that have melody, power, raw emotions crank the stereo up, pure Rock and Roll fun. Madison says, “I want to take my audience on a journey and make them feel alive!"

Biography

Though she counts her influences as everyone from Van Halen and The Beatles to Stevie Nicks, 18-year-old singer/songwriter dynamo Madison Rose channels her inner Joan Jett when—in dishing on her explosive debut full length recording Aftershock—she boldly declares to the world “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll!”
“I truly feel that it picked me,” she says. “I didn’t just decide one day ‘Hey, I’m gonna sing rock music.’ The music just spoke to me loud and clear, and I listened. My writing and my personal style just evolved from there, now I eat, drink, breath, live Rock and Roll!”

Madison Rose’s sound has a classic rock feel with it’s driving guitar solos, fused with Madison’s pop influences to create songs that have melody, power, raw emotions crank the stereo up, pure Rock and Roll fun. Madison says, “I want to take my audience on a journey and make them feel alive!"

Madison’s rocking alongside her multi-talented lead guitarist brother and musical partner in crime Justyn, dubbed “Justyn the Stuntman” for the many hats he dons (songwriter, bassist, guitarist, mentor) as he helps his sister hone in on her powerful sound.
Justyn’s strengths as a songwriter complement Madison’s perfectly. “Joanna,” a track Madison calls an “epic ballad” for its 130 production layers (including a massive choir sound), represents the spirit of their collaboration. Unbeknownst to one another, he had written a beautiful melody and she had written lyrics—and they matched up perfectly. His strength is in the music and chording, while hers is in basic melodies and words.

The lone cover tune on her upcoming album Aftershock is an exhilarating re-imagining of “Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love,” from the debut album of Van Halen. “When I saw Van Halen for the first time,” she says, “it made me feel alive and I knew from that moment on that I wanted to sing, and perform music for the rest of my life. I don’t know, something in that moment just clicked, and I knew that’s where I needed to be, singing up on stage, rockin’ out in front of an entire arena. The way David Lee Roth commanded the stage, got the audience on their feet, rockin’ out, I thought, "I want to do that."

On the softer side of rock, Madison calls Stevie Nicks “one of the greatest songwriters of all time". “When I saw Fleetwood Mac, she really inspired me. After that show I went home and wrote at least a dozen songs. She sparked my creativity.

My true goal is to inspire people with my music. Music is art, and just as when two people look at the same painting and see completely different things, when each individual listens to music they hear their own meaning to the songs, and feel their own unique experience. If my music makes people happy, exhilarated, excited, reflective, melancholy, empowered, or makes them feel an emotional connection to the song then as a songwriter I have reached the pinnacle of success.

All that being said Madison feels "it’s onstage where I feel most at home and really come alive.” Whether Madison and her band are playing to 5 or 50,000, they will bring it and GET THE PARTY STARTED!!

Discography

Teenage Runaway - Single

Over You - Single

Santa Baby - Single

Set List

Kissin' In Your Cadillac

Joanna

Bad Boy

Ain't Talkin Bout Love

Teenage Runaway

I'll Dream Of You

Over You

Aftershock