Roxie Dean is a U.S. country music songwriter and singer. In 2005 she released her debut album, Ms. America. Her songwriting career includes a 2001 Nashville Songwriters Association International "Top 10 Songs That You Wish You’d Written" award for "Why They Call It Falling" (co-written with Don Schlitz), and a Grammy nomination for co-writing "When I Think About Angels."
In 2005 Dean released her debut album Ms. America, which included "A Soldier's Wife" and her version of "Why They Call It Falling." She continued her songwriting for other artists; Reba McEntire's Room to Breathe (2003) featured "My Sister" and Sara Evans' Real Fine Place (2005) included "Coalmine", both co-written by Dean.