Rozz Morehead-Strebe

Contemporary Music Director

Rozz was born and raised in Kannapolis, NC, and began singing as a child at Mt. Calvary Lutheran church. After receiving her BCA degree from UNCC, she moved to New York to pursue a music career. She’s appeared on Broadway in Once On This Island, Big River and Urban Cowboy, Off -Broadway and regional performances of Dreamgirls, Aida, Joseph, and Candide. She’s recorded with Moby, Black 47, Grover Washington, Eartha Kitt and as a back-up singer for Diana Ross, Ben E. King, and Maxwell and many others. She’s performed with symphony orchestras, corporate clients, and many wedding and club date bands over the years, most recently as a featured vocalist for JK Entertainment. She served 10 years as Music Director at All Souls Community Church in Suffern, NY starting as a church plant in 2009, and for 5 years as a Deaconess from 2015 to 2019.

She came to Redeemer in 2003 when Tom Jennings asked her to sing at a West Side Evening Service. She lives in Fort Lee, NJ, her “Upper West Side” home just on the other side of the river with her husband Vince Strebe whom she met when he was hired as the Master Plumber to renovate her kitchen in 2016. They were married in August of 2017. Rozz is overjoyed to share her gospel/R&B roots as Music Director for the East Side evening service. She can be heard on several episodes of The Wonder Pets including “Off To School,” “Meet the Beetles” and “The Rat Pack,” and she co-wrote the title cut “Home For Christmas” on the NSYNC Christmas album.