Rosi Golan is an Israeli born singer songwriter who has made many stops in her travels, including Germany, Paris, and finally ending up in Los Angeles at the age of nine, where she grew up. As she traveled, not only did she manage to hone that infectious songwriting but also learned to fluently speak French, Hebrew and English.
Rosi, despite being a long way from home, still didn’t lose her drive to show how ineptly skilled she is in singing the mysterious melodies, luring and then haunting you with that voice of hers. She has played the Acoustic Playhouse, Molly Malones, The Whiskey and Genghis Cohen in LA and The Bitter End, The Living Room, Rockwood Music Hall and CBs Gallery in NYC since those early years in LA.
For those fans of William Fitzsimmons, Greg Laswell and Matthew Perryman, here’s Rosi Golan: