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Falcon debuts new video

Monday, March 18, 2013 – Rose Falcon's new video for If Love Had A Heart premieres today on CMT and CMT Pure.

The music video, directed by Greg Travis for Travis Television, features Falcon in the studio where she recorded her five-song EP, "19th Avenue (Volume 2)."

Falcon, a New York City native, has gained some traction. She was named one of CMT's Next Women of Country, which spotlights emerging talent. She was also named one of Country Weekly's "Ones to Watch in 2013" and she will be featured in the April 1 issue as part of Country Weekly's Spring Fashion shoot.

Raised in Nashville, Falcon is a singer/songwriter who wrote or co-wrote every song she has released to date. Her songs have also been recorded by Faith Hill and Lady Antebellum, and her music has been used in national advertising campaigns for Verizon Wireless, JC Penny and Estée Lauder. She is the daughter of singer Billy Falcon.

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