“Rose was so cool that the temperature of Long Beach chilled by a couple degrees. The cure to global warming is super cool Rose...
“Hit the Ball Out of the Park”
Rose rocked, hit the ball out of the park today, meeting her was the home run that made my day.”
Pete Pearce -KLBC Radio and MVP
“Voice of An Angel”
“Voice of an angel...sings about talking to angels.”
Judy Baker -Director of Lbcrd.com, KCTYfm.org, KLBC.org and Community Media Advocate
Rose Redbirdi, singer-songwriter -with guitar, voice and song, let her inspire you.
As Rose performs with an Indie style, she expresses her own voice –while songwriting with a combination of all the influences from music and experiences from life. Through storytelling with song, she hopes to share her inspiration.
A native to Southern California, Rose, has a long history of love for the music, film and television business. Moving in and out of both fields over the years, she’s finally devoted wholeheartedly to music. Having a broad spectrum of musical influences in all styles from Rock to Broadway - Legit to Jazz, she’s dabbled in them all.
Rose is most rooted in the evolution of pop, folk and rock. It's got to have a groove and driving bass line that makes you want to move -in body and spirit.
You may know her from the late 80’s hit syndicated show GLOW. She was Major Tanya in Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Listen to the new song “Pretty Pain” -Rose wrote for the new Netflix GLOW.
Please visit Rose Music www.reverbnation.com/roseredbirdi www.facebook.com/Redbirdi
Thanks to Netflix this generation is learning about the unique and quirky show GLOW that changed the view of ladies and wrestling. It’s a look at how it came to be, all fiction, but Zoya the Destroyer certainly has many similarities to Major Tanya….but Rose/Tanya was not a home-wrecker…
Summer TV Recap: GLOW Debuts, GOT Intensifies
Unique in concept and brimming with bright colors and vibrant characters, “GLOW”—which stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling—is, simply put, an utterly excellent show. It stars an aspiring actress named Ruth (Alison Brie) who, through an interesting and hilarious string of events, ends up starring in a wrestling show alongside her former best friend and current biggest enemy Debby (Betty Gilpin), whose husband she slept with. Outside of that arc, the show covers the evolution of the relationships between fifteen women as they learn to wrestle and film the show, and later have to fight to save it. It may sound kind of outrageous, and it is, but it revels in its own outlandishness. This, along with the diverse, sometimes strange, but always utterly human characters make for a smart and hilarious show about womanhood, friendship, devotion to a craft, and, of course, wrestling.