Saturday, September 14th @ 9:00 pm
Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse | 9351 - 118 Ave
Olivia Rose was born and raised two and a half hours north of Edmonton in the small, farming town of Elk Point, Alberta. Blending rural roots with an urban polish, her influences stem from classic country artists like Loretta Lynn and Tanya Tucker with modern elements from Miranda Lambert and Lady Gaga’s "Joanne" album. Currently gearing up for the mid-August release of her new single, “Put It Like That,” Olivia Rose is excited to launch a tune that’s a fun-loving, bubbly, drive with the windows down type of country song. “This song was written to show that relationships can be messy and full of emotion but still give you a chance to learn something about yourself,” says Olivia. Written with Alberta’s own Drew Gregory and recorded with CCMA award-winning producer Bart McKay, she is pumped to get it into the hands of country music lovers across Canada.
Olivia Rose has already performed alongside some of Canada’s best, including opening for Dan Davidson (2018), Brett Kissel (2017), and Aaron Pritchett (2017). Some other notable career highlights include performances at Big Valley Jamboree (2017), Taste of Edmonton (2018), Ranchmans Calgary (2018) and Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern (2019) and being named a top-12 finalist in Calgary's Project WILD - Country Artist Development Program (August 2018).
Olivia Rose’s singles, “Makeup to Mud” (2015), “Please Maybe” (2016), & “Hometown Sundowns” (2017) have won her many awards, including Rising Star (2016 & 2017) at the Edmonton Music Awards, the Edmonton Mayor’s Youth Award as well as multiple nominations (Rising Star, Female Artist) at the Alberta Country Music Awards.