As a songwriter, producer and vocalist with roots in jazz and soul, Australian born Shelley Rosenberg has spent the last thirteen years in New York and Los Angeles, upon signing a deal with BMG Music Publishing.

A few weeks after signing, Shelley wrote the theme song for the hit kid’s tv show, “H20 – Just Add Water" which first went to air in July 2006, and since then has gone to air in 130 countries around the world. In October 2007 H20 was also nominated for Best Television Show at the 2007 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards in London, and went on to win an Australian Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children's Program in May 2009. Since then, Shelley has composed countless show openers for European radio stations including Radio SAW, Radio Ramasuri, FFN, Bayern-3 and Oe3 to name a few. Shelley has also written songs for Nickelodeon’s Fresh Beat Band and The Bubble Guppies. As a seasoned studio singer, Shelley’s vocals can be heard in films such as The Infiltrator, Rock of Ages, as well as The Disney Easter Parade, The Ringling Brothers Circus, American Horror Story, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Progressive Insurance, and Snyder’s Pretzels commercials, in addition to radio stations jingles around the world.

More recently, Shelley been developing artists and producing music videos as part of a body of work called The Shellsongs Project. The first of these artists Shelley will be writing and producing for is Los Angeles singer, Sydney Ranee’.