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Music from rising country singer songwriter Hudson Rose


Latest single 'Dancing On The Tables'

'Rules of Breaking Up' video below

'Fireflies in Tennessee' video below!

'Misery' video below!

'Iconic' video below!

'Drivin' To You' video below!


Rules of Breaking Up

‘Rules of Breaking up’ explores the complexities of love, loss, and moving on, all wrapped up in an infectious melody that will have listeners singing on repeat in the shower and in the car. Hudson Rose effortlessly blends traditional country elements with a contemporary twist, creating a fresh and dynamic sound that appeals to a wide audience.

“After getting dumped in my driveway one New Year’s Ever I had so many questions. What are the dos and don’ts after a breakup? What can and can’t you do? If someone had handed me a textbook that day, I would’ve studied it harder than anything else." Hudson Rose

Fireflies in Tennessee

This is a single that perfectly captures the excitement, hope and magic of young love. We all remember that time first time we fell in love, you know the kind of love that puts hope in your heart and wind in your hair. The kind of feeling that you want to hold onto forever –kind of like fireflies in a mason jar. Well, that is exactly what Hudson Rose has captured in “Fireflies in Tennessee”.

“I wanted this song to feel familiar, like something you’ve heard or experienced before. Something that makes you smile and feel warm inside. Something that would capture that feeling of butterflies in your stomach forever” Hudson Rose


Misery was written for 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. I’m sure everyone has experienced those people that are just always dragging you down and sometimes it just ‘gets to you’, and you’d never say anything…but if you did hopefully this song would sum it up. 

"This 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.”  Hudson Rose


Iconic 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. 

“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.”  Hudson Rose

Drivin' To You

Torn between what you know you should do and what you’re pulled towards? ‘Drivin’ To You’ is about trying to stop yourself from getting in the car to go somewhere you know you shouldn’t go and the inner struggles that go with that - in this case it’s being drawn to the classic ‘bad boy’.

I think this is a relatable song. We all have things we know we shouldn’t do or places we shouldn’t go, but for some reason we are drawn to still do it. There’s an inner struggle that goes with that. To me this song represents that push / pull.”   Hudson Rose

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