The story of Hudson Rose starts with a girl, a guitar and a dream.
Just three years ago, the young singer-songwriter picked up the guitar to explore her love of singing, writing and country pop.
It wasn’t long before she was gigging up and down the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, leaving audiences captivated by her strong vocals and emotive performances of originals and covers.
Her stage, or should we say ‘street’ presence, impressed judges of the 2018 Tamworth Country Music Festival’s busking competition – where she was chosen out of hundreds to perform on the festival’s main stage as a part of the top 10.
Returning to the festival a year later she booked more shows than ever including a support slot for Queensland band Homegrown.
In 2020, Hudson Rose performed her first headline show in her hometown of Wingham and live streamed performances including supporting Rai Thistlethwayte (Thirsty Merc). She also graduated from the Talent and Development Program, which offered her high-profile music industry support and mentoring to hone her recording and performance skills.
Hudson Rose is now gearing up for her October debut single release ‘Never See Me Cry’.
For fans of Kelsea Ballerini, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, Brad Cox and Melanie Dyer – Hudson Rose’s relatable songs could just be what you are looking for, for your next playlist.
At just 18 years old Hudson Rose is an impressive new voice on the country music scene in Australia and one to watch as her story unfolds.