Rosie and the Ramblers

at The Adobe Bar

April 12, 2013 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Time: 6:30pm     Day: Friday     Doors: 4:30pm     Ages: All Ages    
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BIOGRAPHY

   Selena "Rosie" Rosanbalm

 

 

Selena began singing at age 8 and by 10 was determined to become a professional vocalist. She studied classical vocal techniques, dance, and acting through college and embarked on a career in musical theatre. After a stint in New York City, Selena shifted her focus to a more music-centric career based in Austin. She formed Rosie and the Ramblers in early 2011. Selena loves photo bombing and children's breakfast cereal. She also sings lead with local Western Swing outfit Hot Texas Swing Band.

 

 Sly Barrack   

 

 

Sly originally hails from the not so mean streets of Eastern Virginia where he first developed his obsession with music. This obsession carried him through the many musical forms that eventually made him into the reformed jam band hippie and urban cowboy that he is today.  He currently lives in Austin, Texas and enjoys teaching and playing for his income. Sly plays a Fender Telecaster through a Twin Reverb and drives an Oldsmobile Alero.

 

 

  John Winsor

 

John discovered a love of music at age 14, listening to 60's pop songs on the FM radio. He soon began recording his own music, using two cassette decks to overdub back-and-forth. Fast-forward through 15 years of bands, multitrack machines, and music theory, and John developed into an accomplished musician. He plays bass, drums, guitar, and can almost sing in tune! He moved to Austin to play music and mix bands. Currently thumping the bass with Rosie and the Ramblers, John also plays with the Blackwells and has toured with What Made Milwaukee Famous, Chad Hammock Band, Arielle Nicole, and the Steps.

 


Ralph Power    

 

Ralph has over 40 years experience playing drums and has toured extensively throughout the US, Canada and Europe playing small clubs, large venues and festivals. He is now based in Austin, TX. He is currently working or has worked with the following artists: James Hand, New Mystery Girl, Justin Murray, Will Indian, Eric Hisaw, Amanda Pearcy, Lonesome Dave Fisher, Jesse Jay Harris, Tracie Lynn, Brad Cole, Karen Collins, The Biscuit Grabbers, Bo Porter, Roger Wallace, Teri Joyce, Horse Opera, Jim Stringer and the AM Band, Brigitte London, Brennen Leigh, Jason Arnold and the Stepsiders, Leo Rondeau, Cornell Hurd Band, and many many more.

 

BIOGRAPHY

   Selena "Rosie" Rosanbalm

 

 

Selena began singing at age 8 and by 10 was determined to become a professional vocalist. She studied classical vocal techniques, dance, and acting through college and embarked on a career in musical theatre. After a stint in New York City, Selena shifted her focus to a more music-centric career based in Austin. She formed Rosie and the Ramblers in early 2011. Selena loves photo bombing and children's breakfast cereal. She also sings lead with local Western Swing outfit Hot Texas Swing Band.

 

 Sly Barrack   

 

 

Sly originally hails from the not so mean streets of Eastern Virginia where he first developed his obsession with music. This obsession carried him through the many musical forms that eventually made him into the reformed jam band hippie and urban cowboy that he is today.  He currently lives in Austin, Texas and enjoys teaching and playing for his income. Sly plays a Fender Telecaster through a Twin Reverb and drives an Oldsmobile Alero.

 

 

  John Winsor

 

John discovered a love of music at age 14, listening to 60's pop songs on the FM radio. He soon began recording his own music, using two cassette decks to overdub back-and-forth. Fast-forward through 15 years of bands, multitrack machines, and music theory, and John developed into an accomplished musician. He plays bass, drums, guitar, and can almost sing in tune! He moved to Austin to play music and mix bands. Currently thumping the bass with Rosie and the Ramblers, John also plays with the Blackwells and has toured with What Made Milwaukee Famous, Chad Hammock Band, Arielle Nicole, and the Steps.

 


Ralph Power    

 

Ralph has over 40 years experience playing drums and has toured extensively throughout the US, Canada and Europe playing small clubs, large venues and festivals. He is now based in Austin, TX. He is currently working or has worked with the following artists: James Hand, New Mystery Girl, Justin Murray, Will Indian, Eric Hisaw, Amanda Pearcy, Lonesome Dave Fisher, Jesse Jay Harris, Tracie Lynn, Brad Cole, Karen Collins, The Biscuit Grabbers, Bo Porter, Roger Wallace, Teri Joyce, Horse Opera, Jim Stringer and the AM Band, Brigitte London, Brennen Leigh, Jason Arnold and the Stepsiders, Leo Rondeau, Cornell Hurd Band, and many many more.

 

BIOGRAPHY

   Selena "Rosie" Rosanbalm

 

 

Selena began singing at age 8 and by 10 was determined to become a professional vocalist. She studied classical vocal techniques, dance, and acting through college and embarked on a career in musical theatre. After a stint in New York City, Selena shifted her focus to a more music-centric career based in Austin. She formed Rosie and the Ramblers in early 2011. Selena loves photo bombing and children's breakfast cereal. She also sings lead with local Western Swing outfit Hot Texas Swing Band.

 

 Sly Barrack   

 

 

Sly originally hails from the not so mean streets of Eastern Virginia where he first developed his obsession with music. This obsession carried him through the many musical forms that eventually made him into the reformed jam band hippie and urban cowboy that he is today.  He currently lives in Austin, Texas and enjoys teaching and playing for his income. Sly plays a Fender Telecaster through a Twin Reverb and drives an Oldsmobile Alero.

 

 

  John Winsor

 

John discovered a love of music at age 14, listening to 60's pop songs on the FM radio. He soon began recording his own music, using two cassette decks to overdub back-and-forth. Fast-forward through 15 years of bands, multitrack machines, and music theory, and John developed into an accomplished musician. He plays bass, drums, guitar, and can almost sing in tune! He moved to Austin to play music and mix bands. Currently thumping the bass with Rosie and the Ramblers, John also plays with the Blackwells and has toured with What Made Milwaukee Famous, Chad Hammock Band, Arielle Nicole, and the Steps.

 


Ralph Power    

 

Ralph has over 40 years experience playing drums and has toured extensively throughout the US, Canada and Europe playing small clubs, large venues and festivals. He is now based in Austin, TX. He is currently working or has worked with the following artists: James Hand, New Mystery Girl, Justin Murray, Will Indian, Eric Hisaw, Amanda Pearcy, Lonesome Dave Fisher, Jesse Jay Harris, Tracie Lynn, Brad Cole, Karen Collins, The Biscuit Grabbers, Bo Porter, Roger Wallace, Teri Joyce, Horse Opera, Jim Stringer and the AM Band, Brigitte London, Brennen Leigh, Jason Arnold and the Stepsiders, Leo Rondeau, Cornell Hurd Band, and many many more.