1. Rosie Smith is a rock and metal musician best known as the keyboardist for the extreme metal band Cradle of Filth, as well as appearing on “Temptation”; the first single from Thornography. She was born in 1984, London. At the age of twelve she moved to Dorset. She earned a music diploma at Weymouth college, where she met and joined her first band, Jack’s Back. During this time she also played with a Tina Turner tribute band, playing the saxophone. At the age of twenty she attended Salford University, where her next band, Sugalo, was formed. Soon after that she met Cradle of Filth for the first time when she rehearsed to play for them. She also plays the harp.
2. Baha’i singer/songwriter Rosie Smith was born in Cornwall, UK in 1987. Her debut album ‘Guilty Consumer’ was recorded in the home studio in her back garden, on which she played all instruments but the saxophone. The track ‘Mona’s Song’ won the Christopher Goharriz award in 2006.
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