Emerging singer-songwriter Madelyn Rose has inked with Nashville-based label Vere Music. She has also tapped Richard Ellis of Gold Mountain Entertainment for management.
Growing up in a small town in central New York, Rose discovered her love of music at the age of four through a garage sale keyboard. Two years later, she began singing with a small guitar amp and microphone, then uploading the videos to YouTube. Since arriving in Nashville, Rose has spent hundreds of hours writing, recording, and honing her craft. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, she taught herself how to mix and master songs, further showcasing her work ethic and desire to carve out her own lane in the industry.
Rose’s debut single, “Taillights Fade,” will be released on Jan. 27. Rose, who is currently a full-time student, co-wrote the tune alongside Lauryn Tauber and Justin Klump, who also served as a co-producer alongside Brian Malouf.
“I am so excited to have my first debut single in the hands of Vere Music,” Rose shares. “I am so proud of the song and the message it stands for, I hope girls like me can relate!”
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