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Ken Rose

Well I’ve come out of the garage. I have enjoyed playing music for more than 40 years. At 8 my parents bought me my first guitar and I never stopped playing. I grew up in Port Jefferson Station on Long Island, which was the place to be for live music. Sneaking into bars with fake I.D.’s ordered from the back of Circus magazine to see all my friends. Over the years I have been influenced by many musicians including my mother. I formed my first garage band with my best friend Scott. Later a buddy and I created Strange Indulgence a cover band playing all the hits from the 70’s and 80’s and playing various parties around L.I. 


I have had the privilege of playing with many of Orlando’s hottest bands over the years but I have always been just one of the guys playing guitar. I was asked a few years back about the guitars parked in my closet and there began my love affair with music all over again. I was inspired and encouraged again to keep playing. 


So four years ago I decided to take all the lessons learned and all the music I’ve listened to during my lifetime to the stage as a solo performer. I played music locally that covered rock, pop, blues, country and things in between. 


NOW, is the time to move my music into a brand new direction. I am pleased to announce my new company, 19 Bar Blues Entertainment. I will be running a mobile DJ business offering much more than just a DJ service.

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DJ Set

1. Master of Ceremonies for events, DJ services for clubs, restaurants, bars, and much more.

 2. Music Bingo

3. Karaoke 

4. Open Mic

5. 70’s Disco Dance Party

6. 80’s dance party

7. Country dance party

8. Holiday Parties

And more themed events


I can provide the professional atmosphere that sets me apart, using the latest in DJ equipment, lighting and sound for your events.

Giving Back
19 Bar Blues Entertainment

We have a very special mission called, "Corey Values" that my wife Lisa and I have created to benefit the students of our community and beyond. We lost my nephew Corey Ross in 2018 at the age of just 19 years old as he was killed in a motorcycle accident. Corey lived his life enjoying, surfing, motorcycles, church and giving back to his community. So, we have decided that in our first year, Lisa and I will be donating musical instruments to local students in his memory. Each instrument will include Corey's bio and some additional swag. It is our way of keeping his memory alive for years to come.

Upcoming Shows
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