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Who is Mariah Rose?

Combining her New England heart and southern soul, Mariah Rose is a 30 year old country singer/songwriter born and raised and still residing in Massachusetts. Mariah has been singing for most of her life but just recently got back on the scene with the release of her first ever single, "Young Girl". "The 5 year hiatus wasn't something that I had planned for but I do think that it brought me closer to music and more in tune with who I want to be as an artist." In between her hiatus, she competed in body building competitions and became knowledgeable of the human body and her health and wellness overall. "Having now experienced the willpower of what it takes to diet so extremely, I believe it put an edge to what I'm truly capable of in life in general." She started up a blog to share her experiences and how to cope with certain situations or thoughts while sharing workout routines and recipes. "I felt that I had a voice and thoughts that needed to be heard. Only to then realize the true voice that needed to be heard, I had hidden away in an old box in my closet. One day in April 2021 I said enough is enough, pulled out the old box and haven't put in away since and have no plans to in the near future."

Mariah has had a number of performances throughout her career some including National Anthem performances for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and Boston's own Hard Rock Cafe. Mariah was featured as Country 102.5's Local Catch of The Week in April 2022 and was nominated for Rising Star of MA by the New England Music Awards 2022.

"Country music always has and always will be a part of me. It's something that I was raised on and what my parents were raised on. There's something about the realness and authenticity of it that pulled me in and what I hope will pull in the listeners with more of my own releases to come!"

She hopes in the coming months to dive into her songwriting and release more singles of her own. "Stay tuned, the fire has been rekindled and it's brighter and bolder than ever before!"

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