I am a professional singer, songwriter, activist and founder of the non-profit RENUDE. Our mission is social equality and bringing back the innocence of the human body. In the past, I produced, wrote, and fronted a topless Mae West show (comedy & music), aimed at getting attention for RENUDE. I also fronted the U.S. Air Force Band for four years, singing a Glenn Miller show across Japan and regions of Asia.
Pursuing my dreams in Hawaii
I am currently living in Hawaii and I am working on expanding my singing career there.
Mber Rose (Ember), is an international professional singer who fronted the United States Air Force Band stationed in Tokyo, Japan and in Omaha, Nebraska from 1996 to 2000. After obtaining her BA in Music Education from the University of Northern Colorado, she traveled throughout Asia, fronting a 21-piece big band, "Pacific Showcase" and 10-piece pop band, "Final Approach." She has sung across Japan, Singapore, Guam, Korea, and was the first American military vocalist to sing in Vietnam since the confict. During her stay in Omaha, she entertained top U.S. generals and officials including President Clinton and Secretary of Defense William Perry who retired the next day. This voice apparently influences politics!
After she left the Air Force to pursue stardom, and starring in a television commercial featuring her original song, "Too Late", Mber had a debilitating stroke in 2001 which ended her career. She was told by her doctors she would never sing professionally or regain her mobility again. But Mber didn't believe them. For more of Mber's inspirational story, go to www.facebook. com/mber.rose.7
Today, Mber is playing Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar and sings with Trinity United Methodist's "Chancel Choir". She teaches elementary and hopes to teach people what she learned during her recovery about spirituality, personal growth, and how Christ Jesus empowers us. Above all, Mber is eternally grateful to Jesus who is the ultimate healer! May he live and reign in us!