'Roses' merges elements of electronica and pop with a singer-songwriter vibe. Recorded with the Juno award winning Vancouver based producer Ryan Stewart (Carley Rae Jepsen, Hedley, Simple Plan) and Davey Badiuk (Tegan and Sara, Dragonette). The title track "Beautifully Broken" has been receiving airplay on Top 40 Hit Radio in both Canada and America and Stingray Digital Radio and "Fall Into You" remix was the featured theme song for the Whistler Film Festival Trailer. Listen for hip-hop artist Kyprios who is featured on track 2.
Rose's ten song Christmas album 'Winter Town' includes seven original Christmas songs and three holiday favorites. Songs from this album have been featured in the family movies 'Christmas Angel' and 'The Bandit Hound' including television's 'The Young and The Restless'. Three of Rose's original Christmas songs were also recorded by 'Girls Against Abuse' raising money and awareness around the issues surrounding global and domestic violence.
'Replies' is a pop gem that veers off into edgier sounding elements of rock, folk, country and jazz genres. Produced by Craig Zurba (Bryan Adams) songs from this album have been featured in TV's Joan of Arcadia, Beautiful People, Strong Medicine, Dawson's Creek, Party of Five, Undressed and in the film Love On The Side and the CBC documentary Ultimate: Spirit Of The Game. "Heaven Must Be There", "Watching Me", "Fly", "He" and "Call You Mine" have been receiving airplay on commercial and public Radio in both Canada and America and Stingray Digital.
Fall Into You
'Fall Into You' ebbs and flows between acoustic elements in pop and folk genres and was produced by Dave Corman (Charlie "Ghosts", The Higgins). The title track of the same name has been receiving airplay on commercial and public Radio in both Canada and America.
'Bloom' showcases acoustic roots elements of folk, pop and country genres, featuring songs heard in TV's Dawson's Creek and in the film Love On The Side. Recorded with award winning West Coast based producers John Ellis (Barney Bentall) tracks 1,6,7,8, Steven Drake (Odds) tracks 3,4,5 and Craig Zurba (Brian Adams) track 2.