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October 11, 2019

Caroline Rose: “Jeannie Becomes A Mom” (Live in Studio 1A)

By: Jack Anderson

When you’re defining Caroline Rose, genre is secondary to personality. Rose’s signature red track suit may at first glance bear semblance to a vulnerable, melancholy Wes Anderson creation, but her lyrics shed light on a much stronger, outgoing, and comedy-inclined character.

Rose is comfortable with rockabilly, pop punk and everything in between those lines, and us here at KUTX have never sated our appetite for her music, even after three Studio 1A appearances and a ton of spins on our airwaves. Caroline Rose plays an official ACL Fest Late Night show tomorrow night at Scoot Inn and 11:45am this Sunday at the Miller Lite stage. Prepare yourself to laugh, rock out, and just in general have a blast, starting with a cut from one two Studio 1A sessions recorded last year, “Jeannie Becomes A Mom”!


Photo: Gabriel C. Pérez


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