Alaina Rose Makes Joyful Sounds With Debut Release
With Stellar weekend in full swing now comes news of a new arrival on the Gospel scene in the big voice and bold personality of Alaina Rose. The Connecticut native is undoubtedly a church girl at heart who grew up watching her parents and siblings minister their gifts of music before the people each Sunday in worship. She too, came to know the Lord and decided to devote her life to making a joyful noise in serving the Lord.
Alaina loved the guitar and gravitated towards lead and then bass before moving on to piano. She would later abandon instruments and place her concentration on cultivating the voice that God has given her. Her first solo in church, a cover of Cece Winans’ Blessed Assurance left the audience in amazement. Where is all this voice coming from, they wondered. Her Dad noted musician and music minister David Brown, knew that the hand of the Lord was upon her and her gift would bring her before great men and women across the country.
Being a member of Cathedral of Praise under the pastorate of Bishop JC White provided a great foundation for this budding Gospel artist. Years of training at the Watkins Overton High School of the Performing Arts quickly prepared her on how to use her voice and to care for it properly. Her gift would make room for her and she would be called upon to do studio backing work for Deon Kipping as well as offer services as an in demand background vocalist for Jonathan McReynolds, Todd Dulaney, Byron Cage, Anita Wilson and JJ Hairston, to name a few.
Today, Alaina Rose steps out front to declare her best days are in front of her. Her debut single, Best Day Ever hits digital outlets and streaming platforms on Friday, March 23rd. Alaina’s sound is fresh and current, her voice is unmistakable and the praise she raises to God is unrelenting. The single is already gainig traction amassing her a huge fan base and heading to the radio top 100 within the coming weeks. This Stellar Awards weekend won’t pass her by, as she looks forward to bringing home a coveted Best New Artist award next year. The die has already been cast.