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In the spring of 1999 Roseshel began writing and recording he first album with Boston based engineer/producer Dave Rizutti.
Released in early 2001, "Butterfly" received rave reviews locally
from friends and fans alike and started the local Boston scene talking. The CD showcased Roseshel's powerful voice, unique songwriting approach and proved her versatility with it's mixture of ethereal folk-pop, piano ballads and a moving rendition of the gospel classic "Amazing Grace"!

"Butterfly" has been featured on WERS 88.9., Harvard University's college radio and local television. Roseshel's song, "Renegade" was featured in March, 2002 on NBC's 20/20 Downtown.


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This dynamic group from Boston features singer/songwriter/musician Roseshel Doyle and has been wowing audiences all across New England with every performance.
The songs reflect Roseshel's real life observances - some tragic,
introspective others blissful and erotic but always with a spirit that defines her
musical soul!
Roseshel began singing and writing at an early age, developing her own unique style that encompassed her Native American Cherokee roots mixed with a love for Motown soul, blues, 40's jazz, pop and early alternative music into what has become a truly inspired and passionate voice!
As a young girl Roseshel entered a vocal, acting and modeling competition and was flown to L.A. as a finalist. She
placed second out of a thousand vocalists. She knew then that she had a
special gift and her life took on a new meaning!
After years of performing as a solo act and with other established artists including: Chicago based alt-pop "The Naked Equestrians", Nashua, NH based rock band "Justus" and "The Walker Brothers" blues band from Amesbury, Ma. to name a few...she decided it was time to head out on her own and find her own destiny!
To support the record she performed solo throughout Boston in subway stations and in Cambridge's famed Harvard Square. After performing gigs with many hired guns she decided to form her first real band.