Substream has teamed up with singer-songwriter Rozzi, who’s on the road this summer with OAR and American Authors, for an exclusive tour diary about her experience on the road. Life on the road means the thrill of getting to perform and share your music in front of thousands every night – but it also means a lot of downtime in between. Rozzi is sharing it all, from what it’s like being on stage to all of the little things she finds in between.
Known for powerful, soulful vocals and heart-wrenchingly honest lyrics, Rozzi is currently promoting “Joshua Tree” from her debut album Bad Together. Listen to “Joshua Tree” while you check out the first week’s installment of Rozzi’s tour diary below!
Me and my cute team walking to stage in Duluth. Shannon Callihan is playing guitar and singing BGVs with me this tour and she’s amazing (I really recommend stalking her Instagram; she has more followers than me and it’s very upsetting). Tour is kinda like camp – we’re together all day every day and we’re all kind of escaping our “real lives” for a period of time. So everyone gets closer faster. It’s fun.
In Los Angeles, matcha is everywhere. It’s not even on the menu but they all have it back there. The rest of America, however, doesn’t have this $7 a cup devil drink on every corner and it’s better for me financially, but when I find a good one I feel probably the same way I’d feel if I won a Grammy.