Rose Mazzola

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Rose "Casper" Mazzola
Birth name Rosalyn Mazzola
Genres punk
Instruments guitar
Associated acts The Distillers

Rose "Casper" Mazzola (Rosalyn Mazzola) born 5 September 1982, was a member of the punk rock band The Distillers, where she played guitar and sometimes sang. She left the band after the making of Sing Sing Death House. Later she was the bassist in the band Gold Cash Gold. She is the daughter of Joey Mazzola of Sponge and The Detroit Cobras fame. Mazzola currently lives in Tallahassee, Florida where she periodically plays guitar and sings at local events.

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