Helen Rose – Trouble Holding Back (2018)

Helen Rose - Trouble Holding Back (2018)
Artist: Helen Rose
Album: Trouble Holding Back
Label: Monkee Room Music
Year Of Release: 2018
Quality: FLAC (tracks)

1. Love & Whiskey (3:26)
2. Flatlands Of North Dakota (5:05)
3. When The Levee Breaks (5:11)
4. John Coltrane On The Jukebox (2:07)
5. Mississippi Moon (2:56)
6. A Dangerous Tender Man (5:12)
7. Trouble Holdin’ Back (5:17)
8. Oh, Glory Be (2:57)
9. The Mountain (4:05)
10. Love On Arrival (3:06)


The multi-talented, multi-faceted Helen Rose is nothing short of a musical revelation, bringing a true artist’s soul and a fiery passion to every unforgettable performance and recording.

Helen Rose’s music comes from a truly timeless place. You don’t just hear hints of her musical influences and inspirations; you feel them in every note. Powerful yet intimate. Polished yet authentic. Whether an original composition or a bold interpretation of a classic tune, her songs burst forth as something totally fresh and singularly her own. This music simply must be heard.

Part Blues Rock, part Country Soul, Helen Rose’s musical inspirations range from the bayou of New Orleans to the music halls of Nashville to the free-spirited rock & roll fields of Woodstock. These influences and more are blended with flavors from many other places and genres, to round out her thoroughly irresistible sound.

Whether seducing the crowd with her soulful, impassioned vocals, or setting the club on fire as she rips through a saxophone solo, Helen Rose is always in total command of the stage and her audience.

Selected as one of NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest’s favorite California entries, she recently toured as an opening act for Patrick Sweany (Dan Auerbach, The Black Keys), as well as in Europe with her dear friend Jonah Tolchin (Thousand Mile Night, Clover Lane) and across the US.

Get ready to rock and roll, and move your body and soul, with Helen Rose.

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