Lynnea Rose is charming her way into the hearts of folk, celtic and country fans alike. Since the release of her debut album “Lynnea Rose” in 2013, she has graced venues and festivals all across Canada, sharing her beautiful voice, heartfelt songwriting and genuine stage presence.
Born and raised in Granville Beach, Nova Scotia as an eighth generation Armstrong, it's easy to hear where her musical inspirations lie. Her deep connection to her Celtic heritage and love for the maritimes is clearly evident in songs like "Fundy Shore", "Where I am From" and "Bad Winter". Stylistically, Lynnea Rose has been compared to Alison Krauss and The Rankins, with her song-writing reminiscent of Sarah Harmer and Gillian Welch.
In 2015, Lynnea Rose teamed up with award winning producers Tom Terrell (Modern Grass) and Karl Falkenham (CBC) to record her sophomore album “Rocking Chair”, which received a 2017 Music Nova Scotia Award nomination for “Americana Recording of the Year".
Since the release of her sophomore recording "Rocking Chair", Rose has toured throughout Canada, released a music video for her song "Bad Winter", and even inspired an official line dance created by dance group "Transworld Dance". Recently returning from her very first Home Routes Tour, a series of 11 house concerts across Northern Alberta and British Columbia, Rose is hibernating in her cozy Annapolis Valley home for the winter and cooking up more fabulous folk songs for her next album.
“Lynnea Rose is a strong lyricist and musician presenting rich melody and intriguing storytelling reminiscent of Kathy Mattea and Nanci Griffith. Her Debut CD 'Lynnea Rose’ is a treasure piece of what will be in the legacy of Eastern Canada’s contribution to Country Music. Meanwhile, her live performance will delight you in knowing you are in the presence of a new star.”
— Scott Ferguson, Studio FMP
"A natural-born songwriter with a distinctive and mesmerizing voice, Lynnea’s beautifully crafted songs are sure to capture your heart, awaken your senses and soothe your soul."