A b o u t 

Rosahlee  is a 17 year old singer and songwriter from Whidbey Island, Washington.  She plays ukulele, guitar, piano and bass. She is an avid songwriter, having composed over a dozen originals to date.  Her love for the art of songwriting is only trumped by her love for being in the spotlight of live performance.


Having always had a love for music and performance, at age 13 she borrowed her sisters ukulele, taught herself to play and composed her first song "can't tell me no" which she went on to perform live at the 3 day Oak Harbor Music Festival as a 2017 Teen Talent Winner. She was an immediate favorite, was energized by the experience and went on to win the 2018 and 2019 titles as well giving her the honor of performing at each years festival.  She has since performed at a wide variety of venues in Washington, California, Arizona and Florida.  


On the personal side, Rosahlee is a fun loving personality with a clear focus for her future.  She loves vintage fashion, cars and architecture and opts for almost anything slightly funky, fresh and fun.  She loves animals, the sound of the ocean waves and organic food.  She's a dreamer but equally realistic, a romantic but equally practical.  

Her latest release "The Distance" is out on all music platforms worldwide.  This song is a reflection of the hardships, fear and longings felt during a long distance relationship. Her first EP, Cloud 9, was released in June 2020 and has been heated worldwide with over 20K streams to date.  The EP includes 5 songs including the previously released single "Valentine's Day," which is a sweet, simple, hopeful ballad featuring ukulele and warm harmonies with a jazz and swing influence.  She hopes to self produce in the future but is currently working with talented producers on new originals such as "Happy New Year" which has a release date of December 25, 2020!  Stay tuned for some great music in the near future and thank you for your interest and support.

"With her long blonde hair in a ponytail, plucking her ukulele and sweetly singing, Rosahlee, stole a few hearts"

- Patricia Guthrie, Whidbey News-Times