“Rosalie Sorrels’ voice is unmistakable,” writes Statesman arts reporter Dana Oland. “It vacillates between raw and revealing, silky smooth and heartbreaking. Her songs tell tales of love, loneliness and loss, social injustice, political strife and poverty.”
“Rosalie Sorrels’ voice is unmistakable,” writes Statesman arts reporter Dana Oland. “It vacillates between raw and revealing, silky smooth and heartbreaking. Her songs tell tales of love, loneliness and loss, social injustice, political strife and poverty.” Statesman file
“Rosalie Sorrels’ voice is unmistakable,” writes Statesman arts reporter Dana Oland. “It vacillates between raw and revealing, silky smooth and heartbreaking. Her songs tell tales of love, loneliness and loss, social injustice, political strife and poverty.” Statesman file

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