Still brewing with excitement from their gig with The Superjesus singer Sarah Mcleod, Rosie’s School Of Rock have announce their second round of Girls Rock Ambassadors – Melbourne psych-rock outfit Stonefield and country, roots singer-songwriter Lianna Rose.
The launch of the ‘Girls Rock’ program for Rosie’s School Of Rock back in August created a major buzz for a bunch of Newcastle’s young female rockers. With inspiring women such as Sarah McLeod, Hunter Tafe’s Business Manager Belinda Smith & NBN Television’s Kerryn Scully on board as the first ambassadors to launch Girls Rock, you couldn’t ask for a better start to kick off a campaign to help ‘creative confidence in creativity’.
For Rosie’s young bands Sirens and Teen Spirit, Sarah McLeod proved to be a massive inspiration for them, meeting with them to offer advice & tips from a female musician’s perspective. Sirens were given the chance to open Sarah’s show at Lizottes with an acoustic set, followed by all-girl band Teen Spirit joining her onstage for a great rendition of AC/DC’s Highway To Hell.
Rosie’s School Of Rock have now announced that Stonefield and Lianna Rose will join the program too. They will inspire and mentor students of Rosie’s to build confidence and create community through music.
We think that’s pretty rad.
To find out more visit the Rosie’s School Of Rock website.
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