Columbia Records Releases Rose Falcon Debut Album
Singer-Songwriter's Sparkling Debut Album Includes the Hit 'Up Up Up,' As Featured in Disney's 'Inspector Gadget 2' To Be Released by Disney on DVD and VHS on Tuesday, March 11
Rose Falcon in Stores Tuesday, March 4
Columbia Records has recently released Rose Falcon, the major label debut album from 19-year-old singer-songwriter- performer Rose Falcon. For her debut, released on March 4, Rose has crafted a collection of powerful songs which blur the line between the traditional and unconventional. Her songs ring true, sounding unlike anything else on the scene right now, while her lyrics are sometimes wistful, sometimes playful, always clever and full of life, capturing the times when it's good and the times when it hurts.
One of the tracks from Rose Falcon, "Up Up Up" is a spirited pop song featured in the eagerly-awaited Inspector Gadget 2 movie, being released by Disney on DVD and VHS on March 11. Rose's rollicking video for the song is an added bonus on the DVD and is also featured heavily on the Disney Channel, Disney.com and the Radio Disney website (RadioDisney.com). "Up Up Up" is currently being spun on Radio Disney.
"Fun," another stand-out track from Rose Falcon, can be heard during the full month of March as the audio sound-bed for TV and radio commercial spots for JC Penney.
It's really no surprise that Rose, who is based in Nashville, has a natural gift for music. She grew up in a home surrounded by it because her dad, Billy Falcon is a respected singer songwriter. Many of the songs on Rose Falcon were co-written with her dad, who has been her collaborator from the very beginning. On her album, you'll meet Rose Falcon, a beautiful young woman who is passionate about her music, and a gifted artist at the beginning of what promises to be a spectacular career.
SOURCE: Columbia Records
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