Dave Rosewood grew up in The Ozark Mountains absorbing the sounds of bluegrass, country, and gospel music as a child. He later discovered the joys of blues and it´s sibling rock and roll.

Dave has traveled the world playing his unique brand of music, whether strumming the blues on a slow train to Goa or walking through the streets of Tokyo playing rock riffs on a battery powered guitar, he has never failed to deliver a powerful performance. Despite 20 Years of writing music and playing around the world, Dave has never officially released any of his music until now.

In his travels, Dave found love and moved to Europe. Being absent from his native land, Dave found the desire to record and release his own music. Dave writes and sings about life growing up in rural America, his travels far and wide, and the people he meets.

Dave´s debut album Gravel and Gold released November 17th and harkens back to music produced in the late 60´s as an ode to the past and a nod to the future of the the country and rock genres. Dave´s single 20 Years has been recognized by Sonic Magazine and New Nordic Indie and added to their Spotify playlists.

Dave Rosewood´s latest single Drinkin Man takes a cue from classic country, tinged with fiddle, electric guitar and piano. Drinkin Man addresses the thoughts of a man with a lost love that he can´t escape summed up by the words of the chorus, ”If I was a drinkin man, the whiskey couldn´t drown the pain, and a shot would only feel like rain on an ocean wave.” Drinkin Man is the lead single for Dave´s sophmore album No Rodeo In Rome which is due for release March 2020.

Dave Rosewood releases his music under his own label imprint Aula Studios.