Hi and welcome to Peach Rose Music, I’m Robin. I’ve been writing songs ever since I can remember. In 2015 I decided to finally put my lyrics to music, only problem was I didn’t know how to start. I knew popular musicians & singers but I didn’t know the ropes in the music business. It was a long difficult process learning. Since then, I’ve gotten some songs under my belt, thanks to some amazing singers & musicians. I tell stories when I write. Every song I’ve ever written was about me or someone I love. How this became Peach Rose Music is because of my only daughter, Meagan. My mother would send me a dozen peach roses every birthday. When I had Meagan in 1990 I continued the ritual. Meagan, my only child and my unborn grandson, Brock were killed on October 17, 2016. I wanted to keep our peach roses alive and by me helping others write their stories in lyrics, I will do just that.
I want to know your story, your life, your dreams. That is what Peach Rose Music is about. I will take your story and turn it into a beautiful song. One that you will be proud of and be able to pass down for generations. The first time I heard my story in a song, it changed me. Music has such a healing effect on the soul. Let's heal together.
You and I will sit down and discuss what you want in your song. Your life story, love story, or tragedy. I have no doubt some of it will be painful, but I've learned music heals. What do you want your song to tell. I will write it and have some of our amazing Peach Rose musicians and producers turn it into your song.
I wrote this song about my mom and how she survived abuse. This is written from my point of view as a child.
Texas or Tennessee is a song about wanting the guy and the career in music. Thank goodness I didn't have to choose.
The day after my daughter passed away I was in so much pain. Everyone was asking if I was okay but I just had to be alone. I wrote this sitting on her bed. My wonderful friend, Arielle put it to music.
A fun southern rock tune sung by Guthrie Brown. Thanks to
Arielle and Adam Peri
You Gotta Cry was a song I wrote late at night when the only thing I could do was cry and ask God why. My beautiful friend, Zakara sang this and turned it into one of my favorite songs. The song cover is my daughter, Meagan & son in law, Kurt.