Rosie Wetters attended Chethams School of Music. At 24, rounding off 20 years intensive study of the cello, she moved from classical to pop music. Rosie established Wired Strings in 1996 and was soon on tour with numerous artists before dividing her time between performing and writing her own string arrangements.
She joined Bryan Ferry for his As Time Goes By tour in 1999-2000. During this period Rosie did some studio work with Bryan Ferry which can be heard on his album 'Frantic'. She has also appeared on TV with many artists including Stephen Gately several times since.
Rosie has not played on any of Bryan or Roxy's recorded output to date.