Rosie's first full-length album, 'Rise Aurora' is available to buy on CD from the Music tab above, or as a digital download from Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon etc...
"Rise Aurora is an absolute gem of an album... full of beautiful music...
There is a very long and bright future dawning." – folking.com
15th March 2020 – King’s Place, London
22nd March - 6th April 2020 – Sirius Residency, Cobb
8th April 2020 – Hambledon Folk Club, Hampshire
22nd May- 25th May 2020 – Bude & Stratton Folk Festival, Cornwall
30th May 2020 – Ceilidh Holmbury, Surrey
4th-7th June 2020 – Gate To Southwell Festival, Nottinghamshire
24th June 2020 – Cottingham Folk Club, Yorkshire
31st July - 5th August 2020 – Sidmouth Folk Festival, Devon
5th September 2020 – London Folk Festival
14th September 2020 – Beverley Folk Club, Yorkshire
25th September 2020 – Toy Museum Folk Club, Brighton
18th October 2020 – Black Fen Folk Club, Cambridge
6th December 2020 – Dulwich Folk Club, London
"...audible magic woven with voice, fiddle & guitar...
Rise Aurora is an impressive debut album by this young songwriter who has risen through the folk circuit to become a BBC Young Folk Awards finalist. This album shows startling originality... smooth & infectious fiddle lines, forcing the listeners to tap their feet... a perfect balance between delicate singing and driving fiddle playing... An entertaining and thoroughly engaging release, Rise Aurora is definitely a successful first album for Rosie..."
"Fresh and forthright..." –
My new trio with traditional fiddler Rowan Piggott, and guitarist-flautist Philippe Barnes. We're very excited to be touring new music and have plans to record later this year – keep an ear to the ground!
"...the British folk scene’s young stars..." – The Guardian
"This band is going places." – Irish Music Magazine
"A fine example of how traditional Irish music is thriving in a modern way"
– The Daily Telegraph
"I saw the future of trad music and its name is CrossHarbour."