Kirsten Rosenberg Biography

Kirsten Rosenberg an American singer, and an animal rights advocate known for being with the all-female tribute band The Iron Maidens. She made her debut on 4 April 2009 as the new lead vocalist of the Los Angeles tribute band The Iron Maidens (“World’s Only Female Tribute to Iron Maiden”). Prior to this, Rosenberg was the lead vocalist for a cover band called Highwire in Linthicum, Maryland.”Moonchild,” “Back in the Village,” “Infinite Dreams,” “Revelations” and “Aces High” is Rosenberg ‘s favorite Iron Maiden songs.

Kirsten Rosenberg Age

She was born on January 21, 1969, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

Kirsten Rosenberg Animals’ Campaign

In 1996, she welcomed Kim Stallwood’s appointment as Assistant Editor to join the staff of The Animals’ Agenda magazine; subsequently, she became the Managing Editor. The Animals’ Agenda was a bimonthly magazine on animal rights.

After The Animals’ Campaign was closed, Rosenberg moved to Washington, D.C., where she met Doron Petersan through her animal rights activism. Motivated by her urge to support veganism, she entered the restaurant company of Petersan, Sticky Fingers, as a co-owner before she decided to focus on singing instead.

Kirsten Rosenberg Metal Gathering Tour Live in Japan 2010

She is the lead vocalist for The Iron Maidens band which runs a Japan-only live video Metal Gathering Tour Live in Japan 2010 together with a tribute band.

Kirsten Rosenberg Awards

In 1991, Rosenberg became involved in the creation of the annually televised Genesis Awards television special, which recognizes individuals in the major news and entertainment media to create exceptional works that increase public awareness of animal problems.

Kirsten Rosenberg Net worth

Rosenberg estimated net worth is under review.

Kirsten Rosenberg Height and Weight

Rosenberg stands tall at an average height and has an average body weight

Kirsten Rosenberg Family

Rosenberg was born to Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Howard Rosenberg. As of 1968 to 1978, her father worked at The Louisville Times and then for 25 years at the Los Angeles Times where he received a Pulitzer Criticism Award. There is no information about her mother’s whereabouts. Her siblings are also not known.

Kirsten Rosenberg Husband

Rosenberg was previously married to Wayne Pacelle, an American activist who was the president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). She is in a relationship with Oliver Tree Nickell, an American singer-songwriter, producer, rapper, comedian, and filmmaker. The couple began dating in 2019.




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