One listen was all it took. As soon as you hear Rosie Timmon’s voice and hear her upbeat pop blend of music, you too will be hooked. Without a doubt, Rosie has a ton of potential to make her mark in the music biz and soon.
Timmon has been gigging around the Dublin music scene since Summer 2017 when she put together her first band. Since then, she has been writing and developing her sound. She has presented multiple performances over the years in venues such as Whelans, The Button Factory, The Workmans Club and Crowbar.
Her music is a blend of pop, soul and R&B that encompasses soulful vocals and articulate songwriting. She frequently works with Australian producer James Rubiolo and has featured on his track ‘Be Free’.
Timmon is also currently working with Irish Producer Aisling Jarvis on a new musical project and is set to perform on “The Real Radio Show” at their Singer-Songwriter Showcase in Queens, NY on March 14th. Timmon recently moved to New York City and hopes to gain recognition with her debut single both at home and across the water.
‘Sweet Love’ is the debut single of Irish pop/soul singer-songwriter, Rosie Timmon, and it is proof positive of her massive potential. ‘Sweet Love’ is an upbeat dance-pop track based on a long-distance relationship. Written from the perspective of someone in love and sure of what they want, the song explores a love so sweet and strong it’s worth waiting “a year or two” for.
Rosie’s next project is a collaboration with Sydney born house producer James Rubiolo on a song called “How You Make Me Love” which will be released on March 8th. She is also set to perform on “The Real Radio Show 24/7 Affiliate of Fox News Radio” at their Singer-Songwriter Showcase at Aloft Hotel in Queens NY on March 14th at 6 pm. She will be performing an acoustic version of “Sweet Love” as well as a new song she just wrote called “Jessie’s Song” along with an interview.
Rosie is working with a female Irish producer Aisling Jarvis on a new project as well. Together, they want to bring more diversity and female musicians to the electronic-house pop dance scene. Having recently moved to New York this past November, Rosie is trying to settle in and find her feet as well as find musicians to work with for live sets. Recently she linked up with a NY guitarist James Gardner to work on old and new songs to start gigging around the New York Music Scene.
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