Whitney Rose

Whitney Rose released her latest album, "Rule 42" last Friday. This Friday, the Austin-based country singer-songwriter will perform at the Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel in downtown Davenport, marking her third stop in Davenport. 

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In the latest episode of Worst Town in America, Quad-City Times reporter Amanda Hancock talks with Whitney Rose, an Austin, Texas-based country singer-songwriter. Rose, who released her latest album, "Rule 62," will perform Friday at the Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel in downtown Davenport. That show will mark her third stop in Davenport in the last 13 months, each time brought to town by area concert booker and promoter Sean Moeller, who has called Rose a "country goddess."

In this episode, Whitney and Amanda dive into the songwriting and recording processes for “Rule 62.” They also talk about what it’s like to be a female musician in the country music biz and the story behind the record’s name. You'll also hear samples of several tracks off of "Rule 62."

For more info and tickets to Whitney’s show on Friday, visit raccoonmotel.com

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