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Falcon To Release 19th Avenue (Volume 2) On January 29
Show Dog Universal Music recording artist Rose Falcon will have a featured performance during tomorrow night’s episode of the hit TV series Hart of Dixie, airing on the CW network at 8 p.m. ET. Rose will be performing “You Stole My Heart,” which is a new song from her upcoming five-song EP entitled 19th Avenue (Volume 2) that will be released on January 29, 2013.
“We had such a great time on the set of Hart of Dixie,” says Rose. “This is a first for me to perform on a drama series and we’re doing a brand new song too. I’ve always loved the feeling of sharing new music with people. It is a very vulnerable feeling but exciting at the same time.”
To see a preview for the December 4th episode of the CW network’s Hart of Dixie, visit http://www.cwtv.com/shows/hart-of-dixie .
Rose says, “The best advice I’ve ever heard was ‘If you want to be an artist, you can’t have a Plan B.’ I really believe that with all my heart. I have no Plan B.”
Singer-songwriter lands music in film and television in 2012
Any Day Is A Good Day is the follow-up album to Hayes’ 2010 debut EP, C’mon, which spawned two Top 40 singles on the national MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart. The new seven-song collection, released through GMV Nashville/AOK Entertainment, features three songs co-written by Hayes: the spirited “Me and Loretta,” “Far Far Away” and the inspirational title track, “Any Day Is A Good Day.”
“I was really excited when we finished writing ‘Any Day Is A Good Day,’ because it has such a positive, encouraging message,” says Hayes. “The reaction when I perform it at my shows has been great, and I’ve gotten a lot of really touching comments from people about how this song has brought hope or inspiration to them in some way. I like to think of it as a reminder that each day is a gift and not to take it for granted. It seemed only fitting to name the album after this song.”
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