Rebecca Hosking

Rebecca Hosking

 Nashville, Tennessee, USA
BandCountryAmericana

Rebecca is a singer/songwriter of many different types of genres. She mainly writes country and blue grass but also ventures out in Folk, Pop, and Latin music. Writing influences are Emmy Lou Harris, John Mellencamp, Juanes, Cafe Tacuba and Stevie Nicks

Biography

Rebecca Hosking is a singer/songwriter that has been pounding the pavement in Nashville, TN on Music Row making her presence known. Over the years she has collected numerous TV and movie cuts, Independent artist cuts, and major label holds as she continues to solicit her music through numerous genres and avenues. Currently promoting her latest CD release, My Mother's Child and sitting on the board of Directors as the Creative Director for Tennessee Songwriter's Assoc. Member of the Woman's Music Business Assoc. and independent songplugger. She is currently a columnist at a Boston based online magazine at www.skopemag.com. Her songs are cataloged in APM, A&R Select and Audio Brain music libraries and have aired on The Smithsonian Channel and on a compilation CD, Dusty Plains and Dirty Spurs.

Discography

Love and Other Disasters, full length CD
My Mother's Child, full length CD
Love and Other Disasters performed by Rebecca Hosking released on compilation CD, Dusty Plains and Dirty Spurs, APM
Love and Other Disasters performed by Rebecca Hosking aired on Smithsonian Channel, APM
Your New Home, performed by Rachel Farley
Rag Doll , performed by Good Souls
New Orleans performed by Sister Soul
If These Walls Could Talk, perfomed by Sister Soul
Without Aim, performed by Steve Leslie aired on NBC for the Olympic Games August 2008
The Hours, performed Rebecca Hosking number one on Nashville Free Radio for NIM also in the top ten Rag Doll performed by Good Souls, Rio Grande, performed by Ronny Criss, and Blue Back in the Sky performed by Rebecca Hosking all held the top ten place for 8 weeks and were all entered into the NIM hall of fame. Only member of NIM to have three songs in the top ten at one time.
Rio Grande, performed by Ronny Criss used in the independet film, ARIADNE'S THREAD
Born To Be, performed by Wendy Duffy released on album October Road
Red Neck Riviera written with Jon Roniger, on Island of Fantasy a full length featured film due out in spring of 2011.