Rosanna Eastman

“Rosanna puts her soul into her songs”

Chris Barnett – The Wild Christopher Show

Rosanna Eastman is a singer/songwriter from Devon who is now residing in Manchester.  She writes songs cross-genre as you can see from the songs on her social media pages, details below. Rosanna has written with Steve Byrd (ex Kim Wilde/TinaTurner/Gillan guitarist and writer of Light of the moon; Another Step [Closer to You]; and Hey Mister Heartache; Caw Productions in Plymouth (Addicted), and regularly writes with Stockport-based writer, producer and world-class guitarist Geoff Rees (A Million Colours; That Feeling; and Run). She has recently started working with producer and song-writer Paul Hutchinson at North-West Recording Studios who works with many of writers through Leopard Music.

Rosanna’s voice is soulful and haunting and her lyrics are always heartfelt. She has been compared to Stevie Nicks, Nancy Wilson, and Norah Jones; but her sound is distinctly her own. She is vocalist for Steve Byrd’s Ethnic Soup (now Ethnic Soup), and writes daily. She loves the craft of songwriting, and also provides demo vocals for a range of different genres.

In 2017 Rosanna was a semi-finalist for the UKSC International Songwriting Competition for the song ‘Pour Your Blame’ (Eastman Lyons).
As an artist, Rosanna’s songs have achieved wide-spread airplay both on local, national and international radio.

Rosanna welcomes enquiries from producers and songwriters looking to collaborate, particularly in the pop/country/Nashville genres and is looking to collaborate with other writers through LeopardMusic introductions.


Social Media:

Twitter: MusicRosanna @MusicRosanna