Biography / Info
British singer-songwriter and Royal Academy of Music graduate Rosabella Gregory, is a music-fiend. Her late grandfather (who lived to be 101..) liked to recall a simple statement she made when she was 6: "i want to compose, create and perform music"
Rosabella has performed her music in New York City, Paris, Barcelona and throughout the UK, including supporting the legendary bandleader and broadcaster, Jools Holland.
She describes her new album 'Dangerous Games' as "a musical feast for the senses" and her style as "classical songwriting with a filmic twist, infused with improvisational elements" where "the storytelling aspect is the key".
Along her journey, Rosabella has collaborated with many notable artists. These include Bob James, Manolo Badrena, Jools Holland, Ben's Brother, Justin Nozuka, Kathryn Williams, as well as British R'n'B sensation, Craig David. One of her favourite experiences to date is her live BBC radio 2 session with "Whispering" Bob Harris.
As a session musician and arranger, recent engagements include: Natalia Kills, Cee Lo Green, Gok Wan and Delilah.
It was 2007 that saw Rosabella win the 'International Prize' in the New York Songwriter's Circle Song Contest, where, on seeing her performance at the legendary "Bitter End" in New York City, Grammy award-winning producer Russ Titelman compared her to "a young Joni Mitchell".
Rosabella's original compositions have already gained her syncs in movie soundtracks: 'Big Font Large Spacing' and more recently the Bruce Willis film 'Lay The Favorite', as well as numerous commissions including the official launch theme 'See Your World' for Life.com.