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
20th December 2018 – St John's Church, Farncombe
7th-11th January 2019 – Artists’ Retreat at Halsway, Somerset
10th February 2019 – Abbots Langley Winter Acoustic Concerts, Hertfordshire
17th March 2019 – TwickFolk, Twickenham, London
26th April 2019 – Roots Music Club, Doncaster, Yorkshire
28th April 2019 – South Shields Folk Club, Durham
29th April 2019 – Stockton Folk Club, Durham
2nd May 2019 – Black Swan Folk Club, York, Yorkshire
3rd May 2019 – SoundBox, Chester, Cheshire
7th June 2019 – Bodmin Folk Club, Cornwall
25th-28th July 2019 – Warwick Folk Festival, Warwickshire
"...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..." –
"...Rosie has firmly established herself as one of the finest folk artists...her live sets are intimate and unorthodox, and her voice is very much a dreamlike thing; emollient and charming..." – Chi Live
"...the future of folk is safe in their hands!" – Watford Folk Club
"Rosie & Rowan are at the forefront of the modern folk scene individually; together they form a powerful partnership that will surely accelerate their rise to the top. Songs crafted of the highest quality, sensitively delivered with haunting harmonies and a cheeky smile!" – Heard And Seen
"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."