Rose Falcon is a NYC-born,  Nashville-raised country music singer with legendary blood flowing through her veins.

Rose is the daughter of country music singer/songwriter legend, Billy Falcon. Rose began her career in the arts at the age of 12, when she began writing poetry. Poetry turned into songs, and she was eventually discovered and signed by Columbia Records, who released her debut EP in 2008.

Her songs have appeared in several films and TV shows, including 'Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,' 'Master of Disguise,' 'Raising Helen,' 'Dawson’s Creek,' and 'Inspector Gadget 2.'

Recording artists such as Faith Hill, Lady Antebellum, and Jessie James have all recorded her music, and she's been featured in promotions for  Verizon  JC Penny, and The Build a Bear Workshop.

In 2011 Rose signed with Show Dog/Universal Music. She released her latest EP '19th Avenue' in May, and Jon Bon Jovi had this to say about the record:

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 listen as well as feel. Rose Falcon has been at this for a long time. She’s an old soul in the voice of a beautiful young lady. She speaks of a life lived. She’s earned this shot. From backyard to bar to arena stages. Take a listen. You won’t be disappointed … ” - Jon Bon Jovi

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