Rose (Keren Meloul, french singer)
Legal name: Keren Meloul
Also performs as: Keren Rose
Keren Meloul better known as Rose (born in Nice on 24 May 1978) is a French singer, songwriter, author and composer.
After studying law, she became a school teacher teaching at the Jewish Merkaz Ohr Joseph in the 19e arrondissement of Paris before launching into music. She gained fame in 2006 with the single "La Liste" followed by a similarly titled album. She got a great boost when French singer Alain Souchon invited her to open for him at l'Olympia de Paris and at Zénith de Paris in 2006. In 2007 she started her own tour and appeared at La Cigale, a second time at l'Olympia as first part of her husband Bensé's concert and in Montreal in 2008.
In 2009, she recorded her second album Les Souvenirs sous ma frange produced by Jérôme Plasseraud and Thibaut Barbillon, both members of the group 1973. In 2013 she followed that up with a third album Et puis juin.
In addition, she has written songs for other artists, notably for Jenifer, appeared in a charity single for Les voix de l'enfant, project of La Fondation Abbé Pierre and in Sidaction in a duet with Alain Souchon. She also took part in album We Love Disney with the song "Au bout du rêve".