Rose to Support Paul Woseen Tour; Recording Artist No Stranger to Gympie Area

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Rose to Support Paul Woseen Tour; Recording Artist No Stranger to Gympie Area


BLUE MOUNTAINS recording artist Rose Carleo (pictured) has never been to Rainbow Beach, but has plans to walk along the magic strip of beach later this month.

Carleo is visiting the Cooloola Coast seaside town on Saturday, January 31, as the special guest on Paul Woseen's solo album tour.

Woseen, of The Screaming Jets fame, is on tour for a second time to support his acoustic release, Bombido, and Carleo is along for the ride this month.

Carleo had just emerged from a busy shopping centre lunchtime Monday when she caught up with The Gympie Times on her mobile.

The sounds of the bustling shopping centre fading away as she sought refuge in her car, Perth-born Carleo said she was "stoked" to be on tour with Woseen.

"It is really cool to be on tour with Paul," she said.

"It's a great collaboration and after meeting Paul in Perth, there was talk about teaming up on tour and we made it up."

While Woseen sinks his teeth into new solo album material, Carleo has cut a new track of her own, on which Woseen plays bass.

Time is Now is the title track from Carleo's forthcoming third studio album release - to be released in March.

The rocking, edgy single is a slight departure from Carleo's blues-laced contemporary country rock sound, but for those who know the artist well, a sound with a little bite is no surprise.

"With my departure from country blues to a more blues rock feel, I knew that Paul was the bass player for this," Carleo said.

"Paul's musicianship and presence in the studio made for a great creative session. …

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