ROSE CORA PERRY & THE TRUTH UNTOLD (FEATURING ST. THOMAS/AYLMER NATIVE TYLER RANDALL
ON DRUMS) SET TO ROCK IRON HORSE FESTIVAL
Following the critically acclaimed release of her sophomore solo album, "Onto the
Floor", signed major label act Anti-Hero's former frontwoman, Rose Cora Perry is
back rocking again.
Formed last year, her new project, The Truth Untold (featuring Perry on Vocals,
Guitar and Songwriting) has already taken Southwestern Ontario by storm, winning
over crowds of 25,000+ at notable festivals within a mere six months of forming.
Kicking off their international efforts, just last month, The Truth Untold was selected
as the ONLY Canadian band to showcase at Summer NAMM in Nashville.
In line with the group's current touring efforts, The Truth Untold have been scheduled
as special guest performers at this year's St. Thomas Iron Horse Festival on Friday
August 18th at 7:00 pm.
This year's festival includes: free train rides, a carnival, food vendors, kids
activities, live music and a psychic fair. Admission to the festival grounds is
free; however, paid admission is required to various festival attractions including
main stage concerts and midway rides.
The event runs Thursday August 17th beginning at 4:00 pm until Sunday August 20th
at 6:00p.m. at the Elgin County Railway Museum (225 Wellington St, St. Thomas, ON
Coined "The Reverse White Stripes", Rose Cora Perry & The Truth Untold are the PERFECT
antidote to formulaic watered down pop. They're high energy, refreshing and modern
with a hint of 90s aesthetic. You can't help but fall in love with their full bodied
vocals, relatable lyrics, chugging guitars and hard hitting rhythms. A must see
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ROSE CORA PERRY: Canada's Singer/Songstress
Performer since age four. Writer since age seven. CEO of Record Label at 15. Rose
Cora Perry is the former frontwoman of major label signed act Anti-Hero and has
performed at some of the world's most renowned music festivals.
Bringing audiences of over 500,000 to tears with her emotional sound and sincere
performances, Perry has been crowned a well-respected industry pro within Canada's
music landscape. In line with her efforts, in 2011, she was invited to attend the
53rd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles as a honourary special guest artist.
Acclaimed one of the Top #10 talents in Canada, she's graced the covers of magazines,
achieved “Top 30” radio singles, conducted numerous guest lectures, served as a
Voting Committee Member for the Jack Richardson Music Awards and was elected to
represent the “voice of the independent musician” in a three-month expose for Canadian
In 2010, Perry launched her critically acclaimed debut solo album, "Off Of the Pages"
and its associated non-for-profit foundation, MusicSaves, which aims to impart onto
troubled youth the healing capacity of music.
2016 marked the triumphant return of Perry's musical efforts with the worldwide
release of her sophomore solo album, Onto the Floor. In conjunction with the album's
release, Perry formed high energy powerhouse duo, The Truth Untold, featuring Tyler
Randall on Drums (Blind Mag/Swerve); Perry handles Vocals, Guitar and Songwriting.
Within a mere six months of coming together, The Truth Untold conquered audiences
of 25,000+ , performing at notable summer festivals and winning over crowds of 20-somethings
and babyboomers alike.
Rose Cora Perry has three visions she hopes to achieve as an artist:
- 1) to inspire
- 2) to provoke thought
- 3) to relate
ONTO THE FLOOR
Within less than 24 hours of its release, Rose Cora Perry's sophomore solo album,
Onto the Floor, was picked up by commercial, college and community radio stations
across North America.
Perry's first single, "Away I Go", received 7000+ views within its first week on
Youtube, a cover story in Our London, is currently featured on One Avenue's iTunes
music app, was awarded "Video of the Week" by FemMusic Magazine, was awarded 2nd
place in an Ontario cross-disciplinary talent contest, was awarded "Best Pop Rock"
Music Video by The Akademia Music Awards and has recently been named one of the
Top #10 independent releases across Canada by DMDS.
Perry's second single, "Six Feet Under", received 10,000+ views within ONE day of
being featured on OurStage.com, a feature on Reality TV Show Nashville Mixtape,
interview coverage on CHRW's "Hardboiled" & Artist on the Rise Radio, and an A+
review on Kaotic Notes.com which denoted the track as "beautiful and haunting”.
Perry's final installation in her music video trilogy series for “Empty” was selected
as a featured "Video of the Week" on Maclyr Services and AOTR.rocks, received a
top review on Canada's Music, describing the track as "empowering" and "intense"
and has achieved wide-reaching airplay on a variety of station formats.