|May 14||The Altamont Theatre with Whetherman||Asheville, NC|
|May 20||Hagood Mill||Pickens SC|
|June 16||Music in the Valle||Valle Crucis NC|
|June 17||Boone Saloon w/ The Dharma Bombs||Boone NC|
|June 18||The Salvage Station w/ The Dharma Bombs||Asheville NC|
|June 22||SUMMER TOUR KICKOFF at Pritchard Park||Asheville NC|
|June 23||Good Day RVA House||Richmond VA|
|June 24||Gypsy Sally's||Washington DC|
|June 25||Rigby Mansion||Philadelphia PA|
|June 26||PA's Lounge||Cambridge MA|
|June 30||The Root Cellar||Greenfield MA|
|July 1||Radio Bean||Burlington VT|
|July 2||The Monkey House||Winooski VT|
|July 3||Le Cagibi||Montreal QB|
|July 5||The Rainbow||Ottawa ON|
|July 6||Starstop Concert Series||Napanee ON|
|July 7||The Cavern||Ann Arbor MI|
|July 8||Plymouth Coffee||Plymouth MI|
|July 10||Be Here Now||Indianapolis IN|
|July 11||Sankofa House||Cincinnati OH|
|July 13||Preservation Pub||Knoxville TN|
|July 15||Homecoming Show with SCENES Location TBA||Asheville NC|
|August 7||Newland Concert Series||Newland NC|
|August 15||Isis on the Lawn||Asheville NC|
"Singer songwriter Alexa Rose has all of the plaintive yodels and delicate-yet-smart lyrics to more than satisfy the folk-obsessed among us."
-Auntie Bellum Magazine
"With a tremulous country voice that harkens back to Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris, Alexa Rose is one of the freshest musical talents to appear in years. "
-SCENES Online Magazine
"Alexa Rose’s voice is a dream come true. It pivots from more traditional Americana sounds all the way to older tones, like folk tales from an ancient shore."
- Local Color, WNCW
"I think I heard this song in the best dream I ever had"
-A fan from the audience
Blue-Ridge-born songstress Alexa Rose was handed a guitar at age 13 and hasn't put it down since. She spent her formative years crafting original music in southwest Virginia, releasing her debut album at 19. Her music possesses a certain boot-tapping mountain magic, and "all the plaintive yodels and delicate-yet-smart lyrics to satisfy the folk obsessed among us (Auntie Bellum Magazine)."
Rose has been writing songs for nearly a decade now, but only recently became vagabond, playing hundreds of shows in the last year and sharing the stage with artists like Jessica Lea Mayfield and The Ragbirds. You can often catch her sporting her dusty Frye boots in some southern lagoon, or on the regional radio stations that spin her latest full-length release, "Low and Lonesome." Written on a hand me down guitar from her mother, the title track is a toast to her heritage, and its anthem-like chorus haunts the listener like the feeling on the morning after a bout with a strong whiskey with a somberness evocative of Gillian Welch.
In 2016, Rose serendipitously discovered fiddlin' and singin' Laura Durkin in the middle of the Nevada desert. Currently touring under the moniker "Alexa Rose & The Midnight Stringbird," the two blend modern folk and mountain roots with smart lyricism and warm sister harmonies. Catch them barnstorming in the U.S. and Canada this summer.