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Fireflies In TennesseeHudson Rose
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MiseryHudson Rose
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IconicHudson Rose
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Drivin' To YouHudson Rose
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One More KissHudson Rose
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Never See Me CryHudson Rose
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Bio

Bio

Hudson Rose - The Story So Far 

  

The story of Hudson Rose starts with a girl, a guitar and a dream. 

 

Hudson Rose grew up listening to a variety of music and in 2016 received her first guitar, a mini Maton and just three weeks later, in January 2017, she set off for her first Tamworth Country Music Festival. That combined with a trip to see her idol Keith Urban she was hooked, determine to use her voice and ability to tell stories through music. Hudson arrives in life with a glass half full attitude and a commitment to her music and regional community. Hudson Rose diffuses her music with an irresistible mix of hope, honesty, and fearless authenticity revealing layers of herself with each single and showing her ability to put it all out there while crafting catchy and deep melodies. Hudson Rose is an incredibly humble musician who unfailingly holds her own with industry veterans as she shares the stage, studios and airways cultivating her honest and optimistic style everywhere she goes.

 

Expect to hear the name Hudson Rose more and more in 2023 as the young Regional NSW artist has seen a steady rise in her short career following the independent release of debut single in 2020. 

 

 

Release history

 

For fans of Kelsea Ballerini, Keith Urban, Elle King, Casey Barnes, Darlinghurst, and Hayley Jensen - Hudson Rose’s catchy relatable songs could just be what you are looking for, for your next playlist.

 

2022

 

Misery

In October 2022 ‘Misery’ was released. The catchy country pop track was written about those days where you’ve just had enough and need a song to sing at the top of your lungs in the car with the windows down. The song was inspired by the people who just always seem to have something to say, who add their two bobs worth whether you asked for it or not.

 

Drawing inspiration from the likes of Alanis Morissette, Breland and Keith Urban, “Misery” is aimed not only to country music fans but for all music lovers.

Misery achieved #17 on the National Country Airplay Charts and was in the charts for 15 weeks, #6 on the KIX Country Chart and was in the 2TM Chart for 10 weeks. Video was played regularly on CMT Australia.

Iconic

In June 2022 ‘Iconic’ was released. The song captures the essence of an ultimate love story and all the fun that goes with it. Passionate young love full of promise and infatuation is every girl’s dream, and part of that is having fun, growing up and putting your heart out there. Discovering all there is to know about someone – flaws, quirks and all. As Hudson states, “The chorus of “Iconic” was inspired by the feeling of a first kiss. The way your heart explodes a little and there are butterflies in your stomach. I hope this song reminds you what it feels like to be in love.”

 

The track debuted at #5 on the iTunes Country Charts and has gone from strength to strength. Added to high rotation on Triple M Country, ABC Country, KIX Country, and iHeart Country Radio has seen the track reach top 10 on the National Country Radio Airplay Charts and over 60,000 streams on Spotify. CMT Australia added the video on high rotation.

 

Drivin’ To You

In November 2021 Hudson released ‘Drivin’ To You’ with new producers MSquared. This shift in producers aimed to capture the rapidly changing and evolving environment for country music that Hudson wanted her music to represent – combining old classic country elements and inflections in the voice with new, modern sounds. Withdriving beats and catchy lyrics, this relatable country track is about the things we know we shouldn’t do or places we shouldn’t go, but for some reason we are drawn to still do it. The track debuted at #5 on the iTune Country Charts, premiered on Countrytown, was added to Triple M country on high rotation with the video was featured on CMT USA. The track was supported by KIX Country and Apple Music’s Little Bit Country and Country Risers.

 

2021

 

One More Kiss

With limited opportunities due to the global pandemic in 2021, Hudson was still able to let her light shine. Her follow up single ‘One More Kiss’ was released in February 2021 and premiered at #1 on the iTunes Country Charts with Triple M Country adding the single to full rotation, with the accompanying music video spun on CMT Australia. This was quickly followed by the Road To Roma Festival in March 2021 where she shared the stage with some amazing artists including Darlinghurst, Andrew Swift, Jane Denham, Ben Ransom and Bec Lavelle.Following on from this success Hudson Rose was Awarded the Maureen Wagner Memorial Award for Most Promising Young Artist in Australian Country Music 2021.

 

2020

 

Never See Me Cry

2020 was a monumental year for Hudson Rose. After signing with Checked Label Services/Kobalt Music Publishing for global representation, Hudson released her debut single ‘Never See Me Cry’. Since debuting at No 2 on the iTunes chart 'Never See Me Cry' has gone from strength to strength. The single reached No 17 on the Music Network Country Hot 50 Chart and was the most played single on ABC Country for three weeks in a row, after being added on high rotation.  Major player KIX Country embraced the track which resulted in No 12-chart success, with the music video spun on CMT Australia.

 

Highlights

 

2022

  • Released 5th single ‘Misery’ – 28 October 2022

#17 on the National Country Airplay Charts (in the chart for 14 weeks)

#6 on the KIX Country Chart

2TM Chart for 10 weeks 

Video spun on CMT Australia

  • Released 4th single 'Iconic' - 10 June 2022

Premiered #5 on iTunes Country Charts

Top 10 single on the National Country Radio Airplay Charts

Video spun on CMT Australia

  • In studio with MSquared – March 2022

  • Opened for James Johnson

  • Walked the red carpet at 2022 Golden Guitar Awards

  • Sold out headline show ‘Songs & Stories’ at Bent on Food in May 2022

2021

  • Released 3rd single 'Drivin To You' - 19 November 2021

​Premiered #5 on iTunes Country Charts

Video spun on CMT Australia

Video featured on CMT US w/c 

  • Released 2nd single ‘One More Kiss’ – 19 February 2021

Premiered at #1 on iTunes Country Charts 

Video spun on CMT Australia

  • Played at the Road to Roma Festival 

  • Awarded the Maureen Wagner Memorial Award for Most Promising Young Artist in Australian Country Music 2021

  • Nominated for 2021/22 ICMA Awards - Most Popular New Independent Female Artist, Most Popular Independent Female Artist, Most Popular Country Single 'Never See Me Cry', Most Popular Country Single 'One More Kiss’, Most Popular Independent Country Video ‘One More Kiss’

  • Played at the Newcastle Knights home game 

 

2020 

  • Released first single ‘Never See Me Cry’ – 16 October 2020

Debuted at No.2 on the iTunes Country Charts

Video spun on CMT Australia

  • TCMF20 - opened for Homegrown, part of the Shine Showcase, part of HSF Artist Showcase, part of Songs & Stories, Pig & Tinder, Fanzone 

  • Held first headlining show ‘Up Close’ with Hudson Rose that sold out

  • Graduated from TDP Program 

  • Opened for Rai Thistlethwayte (Thirsty Merc) 

  • Performed live stream at Pluto Entertainment 

  • Regularly perform at venues between South West Rocks and Newcastle  

 

2019 

  • Selected as one of the Top 10 Buskers & performed on the stage in Toyota Park 

  • Performed at Sydney Royal Easter Show 

  • Graduated Country Music (CMAA) Junior Academy 

  • Fast tracked to complete Music HSC receiving a band 6 and ENCORE nominated 

  • Performed at Old Bar Beach Festival 

  • Performed at Akoostik Festival 

  • Performed at Sydney Convention Centre 

  • Regularly perform at venues between South West Rocks and Newcastle

 

TCMF journey

  • Received first guitar Christmas 2016 (December 2016), learned three songs and then…

  • Attended first TCMF in 2017 (January 2017)

  • TCMF18 shared a busking spot outside Telstra

  • TCMF19 had own busking spot outside Zambreros and selected to be one of the top 10 buskers to perform in Toyota Park

  • TCMF20 opened for Homegrown, part of the Shine Showcase, part of HSF Artist Showcase, part of Songs & Stories, performed at Fanzone and Pig & Tinder as well as doing a little bit of busking

Videos

Videos

Links & other info

Links & other info

  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Spotify
  • iTunes

Insurance

XL Insurance Company SE, Australia Branch

AON (Performers Liability Insurance) - Public & Products Liability & Professional Liability

Policy XLPER106340LIAB / $30million / Exp 27 July 2023

Contact details

Contact details

For further information or any enquiries please contact

Donna on 0412 962 362

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