Saturday, January 7, 2012

Chicago native Haroula Rose going back into studio this month to record second album


By ERIC SCHELKOPF

For those waiting for new music from sweet-sounding Lincolnwood native Haroula Rose, they will not be disappointed.

Rose will follow up the 2009 release of her full length debut "These Open Roads," with an EP of new songs set for release in early spring. In addition, Rose will be recording her second full length album this month in Georgia that is set for a fall release.

To tide you over, click on the link below for a remix of her "Close My Eyes To See" remixed by Luke Top of Fool's Gold:


Also, watch this recently released video version of Rose covering Mason Jennings' song, "Duluth."


To read my interview with Rose, click on this link: http://thetotalscene.blogspot.com/2011/03/chicago-native-haroula-rose-to-return.html