Waynesville, North Carolina originating bluegrass tinted pop-folk songstress, Helena Rose, makes a classic and anthemic impact with ‘Girls Like Me’. A powerful reminder that one can be as much as she’d want, while recognizing the often harsh world that exists in this day and age for mental and emotional expressions. Helena Rose is the project of Helena Hunt – a veteran musician with already many a years have been playing and performing since 8 years of age. Her passion is ol’ timey songs of Appalachian origins, in particular.
Helena said: “This is a folk/pop song that was written for all the women out there who struggle or have struggled with self-esteem issues and finally realize that they are beautiful the way they are and always have been. I wrote it in hopes that it would empower women of all ages.”
Inspiration and hopefulness is where Helena Rose blossoms. And as it takes that exact characteristics from the artist herself, there’s not doubt that the project exudes optimism and sets its own path to greater strengths.
It’s the only way for Helena. And from it, refreshing consciousness amplifies with each word and phrase of the charming project.
See her virtual release party on August 15th at 7 pm: “Come on out (to your living room) and join me for my virtual release show at the Spring Street Music Room! The lovely Roxanne Groves-McDaniel will be starting things off, dulcimer style, and then joining me on some originals of mine, plus a few covers here and there. This is a celebration of the release of my first single, ‘Girls Like Me’.”