Rose Cousins

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Cousins in 2008

Rosanne Millicent Cousins (born April 21, 1977) is a Canadian folk and pop music singer-songwriter.[1] She was born in Prince Edward Island. She had two extended play records. In 2006, she released her first full-length studio album If You Were for Me. Cousins was nominated for the best solo artist at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. She was a winner of the 2007 Mountain Stage Newsong Contest. Next, she won the best folk recording in the Nova Scotia Music Awards and PEI Music Awards. Then she won Female Recording of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards in 2008.

Cousins followed her first studio album with The Send Off in 2009. For this, she was named contemporary singer at the Canadian Folk Music Awards in 2010.[2] She released We Have Made a Spark in 2012. She won a Juno Award in 2013. Her next album, Bravada, has a February 2020 release date.

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  1. "Rose Cousins". The Feldman Agency. Retrieved December 11, 2019.
  2. "Rose Cousins". songwriters. Retrieved December 11, 2019.