“New star touted as up-and-coming “Musical Mastermind” and “Tech Tycoon””



“She’s the only musician profiled in our Music Issue to have played with Ringo Starr.”

“… songwriting and performance chops well beyond their years…”


The professional journey of Nashville-based pop musician Bella Rose began to blossom at the age of thirteen, following her selection as a participant in the GRAMMY Museum’s Music Revolution Project. There, she met frequent collaborator and longtime songwriting partner Alex Bonyata. Bella was admitted at the early age of fourteen to study full-time in the Music Industry Recording Arts program at St. Pete College. Over the years spent together as musically ambitious teenagers, Bella and Alex continued to hone their unique sound and musical prowess. The Young Something, their indie pop rock band, went on to open for international acts such as Ringo Starr, Foreigner, AJR, Awolnation, and Andy Grammar, also performing at music festivals including SXSW.

After the global pandemic canceled their nationwide tour with Sofar Sounds and their second appearance at SXSW in 2020, The Young Something took a hiatus. While both were based in Nashville, Bella and Alex remained close creative partners. They utilized this unsettling period of newfound free time as an opportunity to help each other launch their own respective careers as solo artists.

Bella Rose is currently establishing her presence on the global music scene as a solo pop artist by releasing singles that are not only catchy and fun but also therapeutic and thought-provoking. Bella has also been recognized as a tech mogul by CNN for her innovative approach to the music industry.

With honest songwriting that expresses emotional depth and wisdom beyond her years, she breaks the tired materialistic mold that is expected and forced upon young pop stars today. Bella is not only a musical artist but also an entrepreneur. She founded All She Wants Media, a company providing media production and marketing services for artists and businesses, and producing live events.

Bella has been recognized by Creative Loafing as one of the 30 under 30 musicians that are remaking a scene. With her EP coming out, make sure to follow her email list chronicling her ongoing evolution in the music industry, as well as her documented journey on social media.