Loni Rose (born 1976/7) is a U.S. singer-songwriter from Seattle, Washington. Outside of the Pacific Northwest she is perhaps best known for her appearances on the soundtracks of over twenty films and television shows, including American Pie, Providence, Roswell, Jack & Jill, MTV's Road Rules, and Life Without Dick.
Her earliest commercial success was in 1993, when her track "Evergreen Christmas" landed on the annual Northwest Favorite Christmas In The Northwest CD. In 1999, she won the Lilith Fair contest in Seattle, appearing on that concert's village stage, where she performed alongside Sarah McLachlan and Sheryl Crow. Her popularity further increased when she won Seattle's Battle of the Girlbands in 2003, which was a contest put on by a local mainstream FM radio station, 106.1 KISS FM. Loni ended up opening up for the radio station's Summer Music Festival with artists including Nelly Furtado, Vertical Horizon, and Smash Mouth.
Radio Flyer - EP (1995),
Naked Soul (1997),
Starlight - EP (1999, 2001, 2005),
Shine - EP (2007),
The Shine Sessions (2008)
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