Nestled in the heart of Ontario's true north, Rosewood Ave is a country duo that's taking small town dreams to new heights. Fate brought Dave and Sabrina together when his family was forced to move to the small town of Iroquois Falls after a local paper mill shutdown. Luckily for them, Dave moved across the avenue from Sabrina. It didn’t take long until they fell in love and became high school sweethearts, and now they're making music as husband and wife.
When the pandemic hit, Rosewood Ave turned to live streaming to keep their music alive. Their performances caught the attention of Country Rebel, catapulting them to a staggering 3 million views. The duo made a splash in the country music scene with the help of Nashville producer Garth Fundis, known for working with Trisha Yearwood, Sugarland, and Keith Whitley. Their debut singles "Fool for Love" and "Broke" earned them a spot on CBC Country 179 - Sirius XM.
Rosewood Ave followed up with their third single, "Whatcha Gonna Do" which was penned by country powerhouses Walker Hayes and Kristian Bush. Their first professional music video was later picked up by The Country Network and broadcasted across America as a finalist on the brand new television show, “The Next Big Twang”.
Rosewood Ave has already achieved a multitude of accolades within a mere two year span. They have been featured on major platforms including Sirius XM's Top of the Country, Amazon Editorial Breakthrough Country, Country Rebel, and The Country Network. Their most notable achievement to date is a nomination for Group of Duo of the Year for the 2023 CMAOntario Awards.
Rosewood Ave is just getting started. Having released their latest single, “Good Ole Days” they are scheduled to perform at various festivals and concerts this summer in Ontario, opening for big names like Dallas Smith, James Barker Band and The Reklaws. With undeniable vocal chemistry on and off stage, the duo is poised to captivate audiences for years to come.