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Irene Rose

Solo or Duo Acoustic Folk, Country, Americana


Irene Rose Smith is an 8th generation South Carolinian who cherishes her southern roots and Christian heritage. Her music is a soundtrack of the south as she wistfully sings about family, small towns, sweet tea, grits and God. “I like to sing the songs that make people smile and nod because they know exactly what I’m talking about.” Starting young writing music on the piano, in high school Irene Rose was ready for something different. At 17, a family friend gave her a classical guitar. Though she had never played before, two days later she had written her first song and hasn't looked back since.

Irene has played for many festivals, concerts, and events where here down home voice and soulful melodies creat happy sopunds for appreciative listeners. Please consider Irene Rose for your next event.


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American Honey - Lady Antebellum

As I Went Down in the River to Pray - Alison Krauss

Amazing Grace - John Newton


Babygirl - Sugarland

Born to Fly - Sara Evans

Breathe - Faith Hill

Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison

Bubbly - Colbie Callait


Carolina on My Mind - James Taylor

Crazier - Taylor Swift

Don’t Matter-Donavan Frankenreiter


Everybody - Ingrid Michaelson


Fearless - Taylor Swift

Forever and Always - Shania Twain

Forever and Ever Amen - Randy Travis


God Blessed the Broken Road - Rascal Flatts


Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen

Hey Good Lookin’ - Jimmy Buffett


I Can Love you Like That - John Michael Montgomery

I Never Told You - Colbie Callait

I Love the Way you Love Me - John Michael Montgomery

Island in the Sun - Weezer

I Will Remember You - Sarah McLaughlin


Jolene - Dolly Parton

The Way You Look Tonight - Frank Sinatra


Kiss Me - Six Pence None the Richer

Kiss the Girl - The Little Mermaid (And Colbie Caillat)


Me and Charlie Talking - Miranda Lambert


Oh My My My - Taylor Swift

Our Song - Taylor Swift


Picture to Burn - Taylor Swift


Realize - Colbie Caillait

Remember When - Alan Jackson

Rocky Top - Conway Twitty


Satisfied - Ashley Monroe

Should’ve Said No - Taylor Swift

Six Pack Summer - Phil Vassar

Some Days You Gotta Dance - Dixie Chicks

Song of the South - Alabama

Soul Sister - Train

Stay Here Forever –J ewel

Still the One - Shania Twain

Stuck on You – Sugarland

Suds in the Bucket - Sara Evans

Summertime - George Gershwin

Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd


Teardrops on My Guitar - Taylor Swift

The First Cut is the Deepest - Sheryl Crow

Tim McGraw - Taylor Swift


What A Difference You’ve Made In My Life - Ronnie Milsap

When You Say Nothing at All - Alison Krauss

Whisky Lullabye - Alison Krauss

Who I Am - Jessica Andrews

Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton


You Were Meant for Me - Jewel

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