Performer since age four. Writer since age seven. CEO of own record label/publicity firm since 15.
Rose Cora Perry is the former frontwoman of major label signed act Anti-Hero and has performed at some of the world’s most renowned music festivals including: Canadian Music Week, NorthbyNortheast, Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Regatta, Warped Tour, and MEANYFest NYC.
Bringing audiences of over 500,000 to tears with her emotional sound and sincere performances, Rose has been crowned a well-respected industry pro within Canada’s music scene. In line with her efforts, in 2011, she was invited to attend the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles as a honourary special guest artist.
While most recognized for her contributions to Canada's indie rock scene, as a classically trained performer with over 20 years on stage, Perry is skilled at singing in any genre and compelling audiences of all ages - a fact that was proved when she landed a starring role as Vivienne Kensington (Elle Wood's adversary) in Simply Theatre's production of "Legally Blonde" and was credited as playing the character with "the right amount of feline fastidiousness and overweening self-possession."
2012 marked the year Rose made the successful transition from print to broadcast journalism as the host of Rogers TV's hot new pilot series, "London's Driven", your inside view to the Forest City's up and coming professional community. At present, you can catch her as the co-host of Toronto's "Best Kept Secrets of Fine Audio".
Rose regularly lends her talents toward various non-for-profit and community events acting as an emcee and she continues to exercise her writing "muscles" as a valued editorialist with The Interrobang.
When she's not on camera, she's working away in the studio on her sophomore solo album; this time teamed up with classical/jazz veterans Ariel Kasler (piano) and Ted Peacock (drums).