15 year old singer/songwriter Sophie Rose was born in Los Angeles on Christmas Day, 1999. With perfect pitch, Sophie has been singing almost as long as she’s been talking. Taking her inspiration from Britney, Miley and Taylor, Sophie started guitar lessons at age 9 and began writing songs in earnest – often spending long hours locked in her room writing. She currently has written over 200 songs at her young age.
Sophie believes songwriting is a coping mechanism and, for her, it’s a way to express her feelings in a creative and beautiful manner. While she admits to wanting to be a superstar like Taylor Swift, Sophie is equally excited to hear other stars record her songs! Sophie recently signed as the first writer to a publishing joint venture between hit songwriter Ester Dean and Dr. Luke’s Prescription Songs.
Sophie’s song “Friends Forever” is currently being used by MasterCard in their Stand Up To Cancer campaign that will be airing all summer.
Sophie is also using her talents to help others by supporting charitable causes including ACT Today! Autism Care and Treatment and the American Red Cross. ACT Today! is especially near and dear to her as she has been working with this amazing organization for the last 4 years. She recently co-wrote the song “Firefly”, and is donating 100% of her proceeds from each individual download to ACT Today! The song is available for purchase on iTunes, CD Baby and other digital retailers.