Stella Rose Mrowicki is an American singer / songwriter and producer from the Pine Barrens, New Jersey. Stella’s music authentically unifies sounds of old and new folk music, taking inspiration from and drawing comparison to a wide variety of acts such as Bob Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, John Lennon, Suzanne Vega, Liz Phair, Mazzy Star, and Cowboy Junkies (Bob Makin, June 2019). Stella Mrowicki released her self-titled LP in March of 2019, before traveling to Austin, Texas to perform at SXSW. The LP was later listed under the “Top 10 Albums of the Year” and the “Top 10 Songs of the Year” (“War Song”) in New Jersey Stage magazine and The Aquarian magazine. The album also received the honors of “Album of the Week” in New Jersey Stage magazine, as well as Song of the Week for “War Song”. The album’s successful recognition earned Stella the honor of New Jersey Stage Magazine’s Songwriter of the Year at the age of 20 years old. Stella's 2020 EP release "Pine Trees and Wildflowers" received numerous accolades from NJ Stage and The Aquarian magazine upon its release. Stella has been featured in numerous publications including “31 New Jersey bands you need to hear” (NJ.com) and “The 9 Jersey musicians you need to know” (Asbury Park Press). Stella has performed at various venues including Jersey shore landmarks Stone Pony and the Wonder Bar, Havana’s New Hope, Langosta Lounge, Asbury Yacht Club, Art Alliance of Red Bank, Austin's Pour Choices, SXSW, Light of Day WinterFest, Jersey Shore Fest, Soulsational Fest, Rockland Bergen Music Festival, and more.