In a trailer park in Fromberg Montana, after discovering a dusty guitar underneath her mother’s bed, Rosa started to teach herself chords to the songs in her head. Fromberg is a town so small it doesn’t even have a gas station or traffic light to keep you from driving right on past, so it’s not unusual her first songs emerged with a lonely, folky vibe. Some of those songs are featured on her first solo album, which she recorded in her walk-in-closet while in grad school.

Now a California girl, Rosa fronts the San Francisco folkpop band Hunters, which released its third album in 2015. We All Go Up the Mountain Alone Together is about love, PTSD, ghost towns and modern day minotaurs. 

In the past, some small music websites have said things like this about hunters.:

“The strength of Hunters is the interplay between easygoing alt-country vibes and the impressively descriptive lyrics.”

“Their brand of folk music is second to none!”

“If you’re a fan of alt-country you’re going to fall in love with this. It’s likely that it will be your best friend on your next big road trip.” 

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Rosa's latest solo album, Love Letters, was released in November of 2015.  

In June of 2013 Rosa went on a unique tour. Find out more and share your views on happiness here.