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Lou Holtz Upper Ohio Valley Hall of Fame | Rose Angelica
Phone: (330) 386-5443
Fax: (330) 382-0244
MUSICIAN - EDUCATOR - FESTIVAL LEADER
As a musician, songwriter and teacher, Rose Angelica has experienced all facets of the music industry.
began playing guitar at the age of five and attributes much of her
musical talent to her
strong European roots.
Rose received a bachelor's degree in music education in 1977 and later a master's degree in 1984 in music education.
She was a graduate assistant with the OSU Military Band and Athletic Band and was a teaching assistant in the music education department, specializing in brass classes, marching band techniques and supervising student teachers.
Rose was Dr. Michael Mihalyo's high school and college teacher and a classmate of Pandel Collaros at OSU.
She taught for 30 years in the Columbus Public Schools, Columbus Catholic Schools, Upper Arlington Schools, The Ohio State University, Buckeye Local Schools, Mingo High School, Indian Creek Schools, Jefferson Community College, Steubenville Catholic Schools and is a music consultant for Gerrero Music Store in Wheeling.
A private trumpet and guitar instructor for 32 years, Rose
is also the bugler for the Steubenville American Legion and plays at many city events.
An OMEA judge for the State of Ohio
judges many band contests nationally.
helps with summer band camps at Bethany College
and at many high schools.
Since 1997 she has been chairman of the Dean Martin Festival in Steubenville.
A wealth of enthusiasm for and knowledge of the legendary crooner, Rose
has helped produce six Dean Martin documentaries and TV specials, as well as assisting his daughter Deana Martin with research for her book.
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is a retired teacher and her
husband Rich is a retired principal.
Rose Angelica CMG Global Radio Club Member
Rose Angelica CMG Global Radio Club Member
CMG GLOBAL RADIO
Rose Angelica is an international recording artist on Lamon Records Nashville.
Rose's music has been on internet radio, am/ fm radio, satellite radio, and music video channels for 2 years.
She is a singer/songwriter, teacher and musician who has taught music in the Ohio Valley for 35 years.
She was a member of the famous Ohio State University Marching Band and has a Master's Degree in Music from OSU.
plays at many charity events and raises money for music scholarships.
She was inducted into the Lou Holtz Hall of Fame in 2007 and has been chairman of the Dean Martin Festival for the past 18 years, and received a Community Star award for Jefferson County.
writes about life in America and the people who live in it.
hit song "Girls Just Wanna Drink Beer" is the line dance party song of the summer and ever climbing on the CMG Global Radio charts.
is currently working on Painted Hands a compilation CD with country star Wayne Warner which will be released this fall.
premiered WV Miners @ Bethany College
with the college choir, a song she
wrote dedicated to the Sago Mine disaster.
has been writing songs for over 40 years.
is described as the female Johnny Cash.
Marco Schaefer of Bloomingdale, a ...
Marco Schaefer of Bloomingdale, a trombonist and junior at Ohio State, and Matt Argentine, a Wintersville native, senior at OSU and trumpet player, will join the rest of the members of "The Best Damn Band in the Land" for pre-game and halftime celebrations, according to Rose Angelica, member of the OSU Alumni Marching Band and local music educator.
"They were in the Indian Creek High School Marching Band, and I worked with them over the years," said Angelica, herself a former Mingo High School band director.
"They will be marching today on TV during the Michigan-Ohio State game in Columbus.
Mingo Junction resident and local music educator Rose Angelica marched with the two young men when the OSU Marching Band combined with the Ohio State University Alumni Marching Band in September to create a "super band" with more than 1,000 members.
"It's the biggest game of the year - always has been,"Angelica
previously marched with the two young musicians in Columbus during alumni weekend in September, when the the OSU Marching Band
joined the OSU Alumni Marching Band
to create a "super band" of more than 1,000 members.
gave both music lessons before they attended OSU
, preparing them to try out for one of the most elite marching bands in the nation.
"For 35 years I've been working with kids from the valley to get them into the OSU
said, adding the OSU band
only accepts the cream of the crop.
"It's like the Marine Corps.
Justin Argentine, a senior and drummer ...
Justin Argentine, a senior and drummer for the band, and Becca Vallera, a sophomore flugelhorn player, will be on the field for the pre-game activities and for halftime ceremonies during the battle between the two college football giants, according to Rose Angelica, longtime local music instructor and member of the OSU Alumni Marching Band.
"I taught them both," said Angelica
, adding both studied under her
and took private lessons.
...Angelica said he was a dedicated and serious student. "Justin was a very determined, very serious student," said Angelica, adding he is a drum squad leader with the OSU Band.
practiced constantly and wanted to be the best he
also very proficient on trumpet as well as drums," continued Angelica
"This is (Vallera's) first year in the band," said Angelica
, adding she was cut from the roster her freshman year but auditioned again and made it in the band this year.
said both were fine musicians who deserved the honor of marching with one of the nation's finest college marching bands.
"Neither one of them is a music major, but they both made it in the (OSU) band," said Angelica