Rose Falcon is the daughter of singer/songwriter/guitarist/producer Billy Falcon and his wife Myla Falcon. Her early years were spent in a studio apartment in New York City, though the family moved to New Jersey when she was old enough to attend school. Her mother was diagnosed with cancer in 1987 and died two years later, after which she was raised by her father, with whom she traveled around the country as part of his music career. (They eventually settled in Nashville.) Billy Falcon encouraged his daughter to sing, and when she asked, he began to collaborate with her on her songwriting. She was signed by Columbia Records, and released her debut album, Rose Falcon, in March 2003 when she was 19. Her songs have appeared in commercials, television programs, and films, and have been recorded by the likes of Faith Hill, Lady Antebellum, Day of Fire, and Jessie James. Falcon inked a deal with Show Dog - Universal Music in 2011, resulting in 2012's 19th Avenue EP.