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Take Five With Stuart Rosh

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Meet Stuart Rosh:

Stuart Rosh (born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a songwriter and singer who lives in San Francisco. Over the years he's lived in Italy, Israel and throughout the US. The child of Polish/Ukrainian immigrants and Holocaust survivors, Stuart grew up listening to and performing Yiddish (his first language), Russian and religious music. From ...


Jazz Honors The Beatles

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When The Beatles first emerged at the forefront of The British Invasion, few could have predicted the impact they'd have beyond the world of rock and pop. Early albums, and songs like “Love Me Do," “She Loves You" and “I Want to Hold Your Hand," were hardly the grist for something more.

But by ...


Stuart Rosh Mines the Sounds of the 40s and 50s with New Album

Stuart Rosh Mines the Sounds of the 40s and 50s with New Album

San Francisco, CA - The idea behind Fundamental, Stuart Rosh's fourth album, started with a well-known quote from John Lennon, “Before Elvis, there was nothing." Stuart loves Lennon, but emphatically disagrees. He borrows from the sounds of the 40s and 50s, adds contemporary lyrics, and shows that there was a rich palette of music before Elvis. ...