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Rosanne Agasee: Home At Last

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Rosanne Agasee has gathered some fine musicians on her debut recording. She has also honed in on jazz standards and pop tunes to showcase her vocals. So far it is all good.

If there is one thing that the record proves, it is that Agasee is a pop stylist. She starts out low-key. Her singing tends to be awash in pathos on “Home at Last, which has some telling playing from Doug Riley on the Hammond B3 and ...

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The Witchcraft of Rosanne Agasee

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She came to our attention out of the blue. An unknown singer with a debut album named Home At Last, after the illustrious Steely Dan classic. Rosanne Agasee resides in Toronto, Canada and is a familiar face in many households. After completing an English degree at university, Rosanne pursued an on-air career as host of various shows for Rogers Broadcasting Ltd. Taking a break from it all, Rosanne co-ran a successful advertising company and studied Japanese and Psychology. But the ...