Cousins live at High Noon Saloon Madison WI
|Birth name||Rosanne Millicent Cousins|
April 21, 1977 |
Prince Edward Island
|Labels||Old Farm Pony (self)|
Cousins released two EPs prior to her full-length debut, If You Were for Me, in 2006. The album garnered her a nomination for best solo artist at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. She was also a winner in the 2007 Mountain Stage Newsong Contest, as well as winning best folk recording from both the Nova Scotia Music Awards and the PEI Music Awards, and Female Recording of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards in 2008.
She followed If You Were for Me with The Send Off in 2009. The Send Off was produced by Luke Doucet, and features guest musicians including Kathleen Edwards, Melissa McClelland, David Myles, Jenn Grant and Tom Wilson.
Additional appearances by Cousins as a guest musician can be found on albums by Jenn Grant, Joel Plaskett, In-Flight Safety, Two Hours Traffic, Matt Mays, Catherine MacLellan, Jill Barber, Matt Epp, Old Man Luedecke, Ruth Minnikin, The Olympic Symphonium and Craig Cardiff, and she has performed live with Royal Wood, Daniel Ledwell, Rose Polenzani, Anne Heaton and Laura Cortese.
- Only So Long (2002, EP)
- Miles to Go (2003, EP)
- If You Were for Me (2006)
- The Send Off (2009)
- We Have Made a Spark (2012)
- Farrow, Johnston (15 February 2007). "Rose’s garden". The Coast. Retrieved 23 November 2015.
- Alberstat, Joann (21 April 2013). "Cousins celebrates birthday early with a Juno". The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved 23 November 2015.
- Rose Cousins at CBC Radio 3.
- "Rose Cousins: Carrying her life in a suitcase". The Summerside Journal Pioneer, 8 November 2007.
- "Rose Cousins is golden". The Coast, 29 October 2009.
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