About Eva Rose:



Eva Rose is the child of professional musicians and actors. She began singing at age two. Early in her life, Eva developed professional vocal abilities by writing arrangements for church choirs as a child and studying with a vocal coach at Emory University.

From 2010 to 2012, Eva sang with David Pippin's project Mile Train, a blues rock band that toured all over the Southeast. More recently, she has been a member of Arsenic and Old Lace- an acoustic duo, the Cowtown String Band- a bluegrass group and Brothers & Sisters, a large R&B band. In late 2012, Eva joined Terry Lee and the GTs, a band signed with East Coast Entertainment based out of Atlanta, as a vocalist and a Zendrum percussionist.


Eva's latest project, Eva Rose & The Bottom Line, is an original project focused on the duet between strong vocals and southern slide guitar. The band leans towards the soul revival, funk, and R&B genres that they know and love, but incorporates their modern style.


Along with headlining concerts in the summer of 2016 at the Mill Amp in Villa Rica, Ga. and the AMP at Adamson Square in Carrollton, Ga.  the band also had the honor of opening for the Grammy nominated blues band, North Mississippi Allstars. 

In the fall of 2016 the band headlined both nights at Little Big Jam- the largest music festival in west Georgia. They played alongside 30 bands from across the country including international touring act, Microwave Dave & the Nukes, and International Blues Challenge winners - Kalo and David Pippin.

Eva is available for session work, collaborations, voice lessons, and demo work in the Atlanta area.