Betty Jo Rockwell writes songs which audiences relate to on a soul level. "You have the ability to lift the human spirit,"  a fan once told her.
She has performed with her husband, Scott in  a duo for a number of years in  clubs, coffeehouses, festivals, benefits, special events, and other concert settings in the quad state area of WV, MD, VA, and PA. They also performed with the folk group Allegheny Uprising with the late Jay Votel.
Some of their  performances include the Country Roads Folk Festival, Uptown Concerts, River House Concerts, Elkton Old Time Music festival, a Tribute to Senator Robert Byrd, WV Eastern Panhandle Earth Day Celebration, Stop The Kaboom III and IV,  banquets for social and political organizations, churches, numerous benefits, clubs, and coffeehouses.

Betty Jo and Scott left the band Allegheny Uprising in June,  2007 to pursue writing and recording original music.   Jay Votel continued playing  with a different formation of Allegheny Uprising and some other groups before he met an untimely death in June, 2008. 

Betty Jo and Scott performed with the Shepherdstown based rock band "The Giants of Tinytown,"  between 2008 and 2010.  Notable performances of this group include the WV Wine and Arts Festival, and Shepherdstown Streetfest.   Giants of Tinytown broke up in 2010, and Betty Jo continued to pursue  her wish to write and record original music. 
Betty Jo released a CD of her original songs, entitled Songs from the Soul.

She has completed her second CD, Transformation; released  on the Canadian American Label. 

Allegheny Uprising recorded a CD entitled Pretty Little Dog.
Her song "Freedom in His Words," a tribute to Senator Robert Byrd was included in a film produced by the Ryan Teen Filmmaking Institute. 

In addition to performing, writing, and recording, Betty Jo loves to encourage children and other musicians as they express themselves musically.
She  has a degree in Music Education from Shepherd College, where she studied as a flute major. 

 Betty Jo Rockwell is working with Canadian American Records on worldwide radio releases of her songs.
"True Love,"  and "Voice of Your Soul."  are included in the Canadian American Compilation CD presented at the 2012 Midem Music Conference in Cannes, France.

Betty Jo contributed two songs to the Canadian American summer 2012 release CD; " Famous Rock Star," and " It's All for The Best, Anyway. " 

Betty Jo and Joey Welz of Canadian American records have co-written a song entitled "Rock Star."  Joey put his own twist on Betty Jo's song, "Famous Rock Star."  He has added this adaptation to his most recent album. 

Selections from Betty Jo and Scott's album, "Songs from The Soul" have been included in numerous internet radio broadcasts and podcasts, including Women of Substance Radio, Indie Castle Radio, Rukus Radio, Celebrate Radio, Olde Suber Station Radio,Celtic Roots Radio, Celtica, The Andrew John New Music Show, The Songwriters Network show on,  and Radio Waves International, France.

Her songs included in the Canadian American radio singles releases are being played on stations throughout the world. 

Her Midem release, "Love Always Prevails," is being played on stations in Austria, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Germany, and the U.S.  

Betty Jo's song "Destination Blue" has been listed on the Independent Music Review Country Charts, which is based on playlists of 100 country radio stations,  for four consecutive months.

Destination Blue reached number 2 The Independent Music Review Country charts for December 2013. 

Joey Welz represented Betty Jo and promoted her new album, Transformation at the Midem Music Conference in Cannes, France in February,  2014. 

The album Transformation was released for worldwide distribution on Canadian American Records in mid February 2014.

Local  release party for friends, family, and fans took place on March 22, 2014 at the Shepherdstown Train Station.

The single "Living in the Present" is receiving airplay on independent country stations in the Netherlands and Australia.

"Desperation Shuffle" and "Listen"  included in the Canadian American Sizzlin' Summer Radio Compilation 2014; Listen was listed at number 2 on the Independent Music Review country charts in the autumn of 2014.  Desperation Shuffle was part of the Homegrown Rocker Radio show from Altoona PA. also in 2014.

Joey Welz, president of Canadian American Records entered Betty Jo's album Transformation for a Grammy Award nomination for album of the year for 2014.

Two new songs, Clifftop and Disappear were released for radio in February 2015 and are receiving airplay on country and rock stations around the world.

Betty Jo's music continues to be played worldwide and is receiving increasing attention in the US.  

Her third album will be completed in the summer of 2017 and released in the fall.  

Betty Jo and Scott can be heard performing at wineries in the northern  Virginia and Western Maryland areas.