Moving to Nashville to make his name in the country world, Daniel Rose had a long journey to get there. Raised in Illinois on a farm, he grew up riding horses with his brothers. His passion for the animals led him to enter contests, showing off his horses at arena shows. Always an entertainer, he became enamored with country music after hearing it from his family and his fellow horse trainers. At one show he was so taken aback by George Jones' "Horses" that he knew it was the direction he wanted to take his life. Before he even reached his twenties, he began working on his music and put together a few original compositions. After teaming with producer Clyde Brooks, Rose recorded his eponymous CD and released it in the summer of 2002.
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