Rose Mann-Cherney had a passion for music since she was a little girl listening to records while her parents would dance around the house. While in her native Chicago, Rose was hired by a booking agent to help arrange concerts with the likes of Curtis Mayfield before she decided to move to California. With a job opening at the Record Plant, which was established only a few years earlier in 1968, Rose began her 35 year career with the famed studio. She created a system and a level of customer service that propelled the studio to one of the most sought after studios in Los Angeles and later the world. In 2013, Rose was inducted into the TEC Hall of Fame at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.
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