Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories

Shea Rose

January 19, 2021 Shea Rose Season 1 Episode 6
Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories
Shea Rose
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Take Notice: Amplifying Black Stories
Shea Rose
Jan 19, 2021 Season 1 Episode 6
Shea Rose

Shea Rose
www.shearose.com

Allison had the pleasure of speaking and reconnecting with immense talent, Shea Rose - singer, songwriter, music curator, and style icon. They discuss Shea's career origins, the experience of listening to your own instincts, and her experience growing up in Boston, MA.

Shea Rose has possessed numerous titles throughout her career: singer, songwriter, style icon, and music curator are just a few. Her music, influenced by soul, hip-hop, and rock, speaks to personal and societal transformation. She has received numerous honors for her musical talents, including multiple Boston Music Awards, a SESAC National Performance Activity Award, and she is a recipient of the prestigious Abe Olman Scholarship from the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Rose is an Assistant Professor at her alma mater, Berklee College of Music, teaching in the Contemporary Writing and Production Department. She holds a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Communication from Pine Manor College. Rose is a student of yoga and meditation; she writes one poem a day and offers coaching and holistic practices to help women come into a healthy and embodied voice.

Mentioned in this episode:
NAACP
African Healing Dance
Nina Hayes Yoga
Uniqua Hardy

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Shea Rose
www.shearose.com

Allison had the pleasure of speaking and reconnecting with immense talent, Shea Rose - singer, songwriter, music curator, and style icon. They discuss Shea's career origins, the experience of listening to your own instincts, and her experience growing up in Boston, MA.

Shea Rose has possessed numerous titles throughout her career: singer, songwriter, style icon, and music curator are just a few. Her music, influenced by soul, hip-hop, and rock, speaks to personal and societal transformation. She has received numerous honors for her musical talents, including multiple Boston Music Awards, a SESAC National Performance Activity Award, and she is a recipient of the prestigious Abe Olman Scholarship from the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Rose is an Assistant Professor at her alma mater, Berklee College of Music, teaching in the Contemporary Writing and Production Department. She holds a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Communication from Pine Manor College. Rose is a student of yoga and meditation; she writes one poem a day and offers coaching and holistic practices to help women come into a healthy and embodied voice.

Mentioned in this episode:
NAACP
African Healing Dance
Nina Hayes Yoga
Uniqua Hardy