Rod + Rose Two-Step Into A ‘Winter Wonderland’ With Second Christmas Song of 2021

Rod + Rose Two-Step Into A ‘Winter Wonderland’ With Second Christmas Song of 2021

Duo’s Self-Titled EP Slated for Jan. 28, 2022

Nashville, Tenn. (19 November, 2021) — It was only a week ago that Curb Records duo Rod + Rose unveiled their first original holiday song, ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb.’ Now, the duo is adding a little honky tonk flair to Christmas classic, ‘Winter Wonderland.’ Listen to the single, primed for a little two-stepping, HERE.

Rod + Rose put a country-western filter on a traditional arrangement of the holiday standard, produced by Brandon Hood, as they warmly trade lead vocals, interlock harmonies and don their cowboy boots for a stroll through the freshly fallen snow.

“Christmas songs are magical and create the soundtrack to some of our favorite memories,” the couple collectively shares. “‘Wonderland’ has, of course, been covered a ton, but we felt that a duet version with a little twang put a new spin on it. It’s fun to sing something so playful, and we had a blast filming the video with kids. We feel like everyone could use something a bit lighthearted right now!”

Rod + Rose’s ‘Winter Wonderland’ is the perfect B-side to last week’s release of tender ballad ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb,’ a clever twist on a timeless lullaby that captures the beauty of the very first Christmas—listen HERE.

Following the holiday season, the couple will start the new year with the release of their self-titled debut EP, arriving 28 Jan, 2022. Fans can pre-order/pre-save Rod + Rose HERE. The forthcoming collection features the duo’s debut single, ‘Being Here, Being There.’ Watch the official lyric video HERE. Moreover, the set will also include commitment-filled balled ‘Put Me Back Together,’ originally recorded by electronic trio Cheat Codes and featuring Kiiara. Both songs are available now.

Together, Falcon and Atkins—married since 2013—are an unstoppable force in life, love and music. She was a rock ’n’ roll princess who was offered a record deal at 15 and has since written songs recorded by Faith Hill, Lady A and Eric Paslay. He is an established country voice and a working man’s songwriter who’s taken six No. 1 hits to the top of the charts. And for the first time, they’ve joined creative forces in an official capacity for Rod + Rose.

Stream or purchase ‘Winter Wonderland’ HERE. For more information, follow Rod + Rose on Instagram @rodandrose.

About Rod + Rose:

She was a rock & roll princess, whose first record deal was at 15 and whose songs have been recorded by Faith Hill, Lady A and Eric Paslay. He is the established country voice of multiple 4-week chart-toppers; a working man’s songwriter who understands how real people feel. Together they are Rod + Rose, the merging of lean writing and pure poetry, straight up country intertwined with a little bit of roots.

For Rodney Atkins and Rose Falcon—married since 2013—it’s the perfect merger of love, songs, life and the way two people from different places perfectly complement one another. In a world where differences often drive a wedge, these two use those things to create a whole that embraces it all. And they sound so good doing it.

Rod + Rose’s songs, “Being Here, Being There” and “Put Me Back Together,” are available now on Curb Records.

About Curb Records:

Celebrating 57 years in business, Curb Records is one of the world’s leading independent music companies. Owned and operated by Mike Curb since 1964, Curb Records has achieved 435 number one records, over 1,500 Top Ten records and charted over 4,500 total records. With over a half century in operation, Curb Records has been influential in the careers of some of the biggest names in music, including: Tim McGraw, Hank Williams, Jr., Rodney Atkins, Lee Brice, LeAnn Rimes, The Judds, Dylan Scott, Sawyer Brown, Wynonna, Lyle Lovett, Jo Dee Messina, Hal Ketchum and Desert Rose Band, among many others. Today’s roster includes some of the top names across multiple genres of music. For more information, visit www.curb.com.

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