Rose Falcon effortlessly moves between genres, maintaining a focused sound through her matchless vocals and unique ability to disarm the listener’s heart. A self-described “songwriter-singer”, Rose approaches her craft with honesty and vulnerability. “My music is driven by the hope that when people hear it, they’ll gain comfort in knowing they are not alone in what they’re feeling.”
Growing up in a musically diverse environment inspired by the talents and passions of her singer/songwriter father in the Nashville music scene, Rose began playing guitar and writing poetry, which naturally evolved into songwriting. By 14, she was signed to Columbia Records, leaving high school to pursue the next step in her musical journey. Rose’s self-titled debut quickly gained notoriety while earning her numerous film and TV placements including national ad campaigns for Verizon Wireless, JC Penney, The Build a Bear Workshop and Estée Lauder. After parting ways with Columbia, she signed with Show Dog-Universal Music and began working on her first country pop album, which released as two EP's (19th Avenue Volume 1 and 19th Avenue Volume 2) to critical acclaim, including an enthusiastic endorsement from Jon Bon Jovi:
“In an era filled with contest winners and formatted radio playlists,occasionally there comes along a true artist who has the ability to make you hear as well as feel. An old soul in the voice of a beautiful young lady, she speaks of a life lived.” – Jon Bon Jovi
In addition to her own artistry, Rose has channeled her songwriting talents into meaningful music for others, earning her a #1 single (Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night”), and notable cuts on Lady Antebellum, Faith Hill, Jessie James Decker, Rodney Atkins, Day Of Fire, Mackenzie Porter, Gabe Dixon, Will Hoge and many others.
One of the newest members of the Curb|Word Music Publishing family, Rose is currently working on an exciting new project to be announced soon, while beginning a bright new chapter in her songwriting story. Rose currently lives in Brentwood, Tennessee with her two sons, Ryder and Scout and her husband (and most favorite collaborator), Rodney.