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The Countrytown & KIX Country Centre Stage Artist is Hudson Rose

31 October 2022 | 8:00 pm | Mallory Arbour

Countrytown in partnership with KIX Country is proud to announce Hudson Rose as our ‘Centre Stage’ artist of the week.

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Countrytown in partnership with KIX Country is proud to announce rising country-pop singer-songwriter, Hudson Rose as this week’s ‘Centre Stage’ artist. Every week we'll be shining a light on a single artist across all platforms including online features, airplay, and social support.

Hailing from NSW’s mid north coast, Hudson grew up listening to the likes of Shania Twain, Graeme Connors, Fleetwood Mac, Keith Urban and more. She was given her first guitar for Christmas in 2016 and just three weeks later, she set off for the Tamworth Country Music Festival. It was at this festival, combined with a trip to see Urban in concert, that she was hooked and set herself a dream of becoming a country music artist.

She went on to impress judges at the 2019 Tamworth Country Music Festival’s busking competition, where she was chosen out of hundreds to perform on the festival’s main stage as part of their Top 10. Hudson returned the following year, to perform across various venues and gained a supporting slot for Homegrown, as well as performing with Amber Lawrence.

Her debut single, Never See Me Cry, debuted at #2 on the iTunes chart and reached #17 on the Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart. Her follow-up single, One More Kiss, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Country Charts and was added to full rotation on Triple M Country and ABC Country. 2021 also saw Hudson win the ‘Maureen Wagner Memorial Award’ for ‘Most Promising Young Artist’ in Australian country music.

Following the release of her track Iconicwhich staked claim in the National country airplay charts for 14 weeks, Hudson has released her brand-new single Misery.

Drawing inspiration from the likes of Alanis Morrisette, Breland and Urban, Misery is aimed not only to country music fans but for all music lovers. The catchy country pop track was written about those days where you’ve just had enough and need a song to sing at the top of your lungs in the car with the windows down.

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As Hudson states, “This song was inspired by the people who just always seems to have something to say, who add their two bobs worth whether you asked for it or not.”


Keep up to date with Hudson Rose, follow her on Facebook here.