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December, 24, 2021

“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” is the most bittersweet of all Christmas songs — full stop. And Emily Rose knows it. The New Jersey-born vocalist delivers an appropriately forlorn rendition that leaves you longing for better times, yet still grateful for what you have

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November 6,  2020

Emily Rose, a star on the rise, has a voice reminiscent of Emmylou Harris and The Chicks’ Natalie Maines. And although she grew up a native of New Jersey, country music has always been in her DNA.

“My dad was a pretty big country music fan. We both loved Shania Twain, and I remember loving the (Chicks) Dixie Chicks,” Rose tells Country Now. “Honestly, where I grew up was kind of rural. I grew up surrounded by farms, so our county had that, and everyone in my circle listened to country music, which has shocked a lot of people.

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November 5, 2020

"Writing these songs reminded me to be optimistic, and focus more on all the reasons to be grateful." Emily Rose shares her approach on creating her stunning new EP of Country Gems, "The Heart."

-Larry Flick 

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October 28, 2020

A heartbroken Emily Rose hits the road in the new music video for her single "Windshield." Press play below to watch the clip, premiering exclusively on The Boot.

Written by Rose, Ed Hill and Donnie Skaggs, "Windshield" dispenses some important wisdom over its traditional, steel guitar-flecked melody: "The windshield's a whole lot bigger than the rearview mirror."





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October, 23, 2020

Singer/songwriter Emily Rose delivers a confident, accomplished debut EP that combines hints of ‘70s Laurel Canyon-era pop and ‘90s country with contemporary sounds. From opener “Hey Child,” a reminder to never lose the wonder inside of you, to current single, pedal-steel based “Windshield” and gentle shuffling “Always Something,” Rose is a welcoming, breezy presence.







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October 23, 2020

An artist just on the cusp of having Music Row take notice in a big way, independent (for now) singer/songwriter Emily Rose is taking a confident first swing at radio with “Windshield,” a standout track from her debut EP, “The Heart.” Written by Rose, Ed Hill and Donnie Skaggs, the mid-tempo tune showcases Rose’s classic, Patty Loveless-style sound with just enough contemporary touches to make it a fit for Country radio in 2020 and beyond. 

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October 23, 2020

Emily Rose's Debut Ep "The Heart" get's a mention by Ann Powers on the NPR Podcast "All Songs Considered."


“There's a fresh new voice in country music, Emily Rose, and I really like her new EP. It’s called ’The Heart’." - Ann Powers




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August 10th, 2020

Emily Rose, “Hey Child”


Nashville singer-songwriter Emily Rose offers up a reminder to stay young at heart in “Hey Child,” which will appear on the performer’s debut EP The Heart when it arrives in October.








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August 7, 2020

On this sweet mid-tempo ballad, Emily Rose reminds a child “don’t you ever lose the song you’re singing or the dance in your feet” as time moves on, but rather to embrace the innocence from your youth when everything seemed possible. A steel guitar beautifully plays against Rose’s lilting voice this refreshing track that mines a similar vein as Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance.”


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May 22, 2020

"One of my favorite date nights is actually a night in. I put on some of my favorite records, open a good bottle of wine, and dance away like no one’s watching. I especially love the classic country two-step songs that you just can’t help but get up and dance to. I wanted a song like that of my own. You know, a song that makes people smile, feel good, forget their worries, and yes, dance.”


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February 12, 2020

“’Go to the Moon’ is all about chasing your dreams with determination, fearlessness, grit, and mindfulness — while having some fun along the way,” Emily Rose told “The video shows the process of realizing your dreams when you’re a child and seeing them through as an adult. To reminisce on the past and revel in the future.”



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November 7, 2019

Country newcomer Emily Rose touches on her Nashville journey throughout the triumphant “Go to the Moon,” which Billboard premieres exclusively today (Nov. 7).

A dreamer herself, the New Jersey native details her hope to break new ground and go places she’s never been on the reflective “Go to the Moon.”



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May 30, 2019

Writers: none listed; Producer: Donnie Skaggs; Publishers: none listed; The Growing Rose
– Very promising. The sonic bed sighs with steel guitar, and her winsome delivery of the lost-my-way lyric has loads of heart. Send more.





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