The Rings of Saturn (Official Video) by Deborah Rose

Shallow Waters (Official Video) by Deborah Rose

Wrestling with Angels (Official Video) by Deborah Rose

“When I heard Deborah sing her beautiful music felt like a tuning fork of the soul. You could feel it in the room, we were all in a place of one heart beat and I was reminded of a line from Mahatma Gandhi when he said ‘politics should be sacred.”
Marianne Williamson, author and activist, democrat candidate currently running for President of the USA.

Deborah Rose is a Welsh singer/songwriter whose emotive timeless voice has been described by folk legend Judy Collins as “one of the finest I’ve heard”

“Deborah Rose casts a spell with her songs and her voice. Her music brings you to another place, a place of calm, a place of wonder, a place of mystery. She has dedicated her life energy to service and music, and the result of her hard work is this collection of beautiful songs for us to savour, a gift to the world. She’s a gem, as are these songs. Please give a listen!”
Mary Gauthier

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Newsletter ‘Salt and Light’ #10

As I was writing a Christmas song in the church this week, the star of Advent was being hoisted up into the tower, ready to be lit as a symbol of commemoration for the coming of Christ into the world. A large old key dangled from a long piece of string from the ceiling of the church, before a bright yellow star was raised up into the cloisters by the hands of a local church warden standing at the top of the 150 foot tower.

Newsletter ‘Salt and Light’ #9

I’m very excited to announce that I have a brand new DVD available today to pre-order in time to arrive for Christmas! The DVD includes footage of 13 songs played LIVE at St Laurence’s Church, Ludlow, in July, as part of the Fringe festival, my first concert back after 18 months.

Newsletter ‘Salt and Light’ #8

Piglet was a very small animal. For this reason he was able to squeeze out of tight situations. Once when Owl’s house fell down, though there was a heavy branch across the door and the only way out was through the letterbox, Piglet could escape.