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Maggie Rose
a month ago
Tickets for the first leg of the NO ONE GETS OUT ALIVE TOUR 2024 are on sale TODAY at 10 AM local time! Get yours at http://maggierosemusic.com/shows 🚌🥀
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Maggie Rose's tour

Live Photos of Maggie Rose

Maggie Rose at Birmingham, AL in Workplay 2024
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Fan Reviews

Angela
February 16th 2024
The energy the vocals and talent of the entire band is a show you do not want to miss! Maggie Rose is out of this world!
Birmingham, AL@
Workplay
Justin
November 4th 2023
Following a musical artist from city to city may seem a tad extreme, perhaps even obsessive. Yet, here I am, ticket in hand, gearing up to experience Maggie Rose live for the third time in as many days, this stint taking me from Dallas to Austin in her Theatre Tour with St. Paul & The Broken Bones. To the uninitiated, this pilgrimage could appear irrational, but for me, it's a spiritual mandate—a need to resonate with melodies that echo life's highest highs and most formidable lows. To really understand the absurdity of this devotion seeing Maggie Rose live, I must revisit the revival I experienced in that first concert and the magnetic pull to her subsequent shows. It is a reflection of how Maggie Rose became a vessel of reawakening and a constant in my mission to live a life of passion. The lead-up to my inaugural Maggie Rose concert was a microcosm of life’s unpredictable symphony. The year 2019 saw the finale of a tumultuous relationship, and just as the dust began to settle, 2020 unleashed a global pause, suspending concerts, career moves, and the natural cadence of human connection. By 2021, I found myself in an emotional quagmire, struggling to resurface. That first show at Club Dada in Dallas was a solo venture, and I barely knew who Maggie Rose was. With such an inertia of isolation it was an effort just to convince myself to get out of the house and go to the venue. Club Dada is small and intimate, and was suffering from a broken AC that hot August night. The place was sweltering. But the Texas heat would be nothing compared to the fire Maggie ignited within the crowd—and within me. The performance was like her wake-up call, revealing all the passion that the world had tucked away and the excitement that had slipped into hibernation. Maggie dominated the stage, her voice reaching out to every corner, turning the whole place into a buzzing hive of music and energy. She sang with the kind of confidence that drew everyone in, making us feel each word she sang. With every song, it felt like she was telling us it was okay to let go and get lost in the music. That stage was her world, and with every note, she invited us to make it ours too. As the music played, something in me emerged. It was as if I had been sleeping and didn’t even know it. The beats were like a hammer, her voice like a mighty swing, breaking through a wall I didn’t know I had built around myself. I found something I didn’t realize I’d lost— passion; a joy in just being alive and sharing the living with others. On the drive home that night, with the echo of the music in my ears, I made a silent promise to myself: “Keep that passion alive, Justin, never forget how low the bottom is without it.” It was more than a good night—it was a turning point, where I found my way back to feeling bright and alive. Every concert that followed my initial encounter with Maggie Rose transcended the idea of merely watching an artist perform again. These events are sacred gatherings, rituals where I pay tribute. Each time I step into a new space, from the vibrant scenes in city squares, to the storied walls of historic theatres, it is more than just another stop on a tour. In each show, Maggie's voice is an unwavering constant and her power to move her audience in each venue seemed to echo the steadfastness of her artistry. As my own spirit is in flux, growing and shifting within the passing of time and daily life, her shows serve as reminders of the deep-seated promise I made to myself to live above the emotional trenches I once occupied. In the communal euphoria of each gathering, there is an undercurrent of homage — an acknowledgment of the past and a celebration of the ongoing transformation ignited by the embers at that first show. So, as I when my cousin and her boyfriend, whom I’m evangelically bringing to tonight’s show, ask why I’m going to Maggie Rose concert three nights in a row, my answer is: it's about being saved, in a way, because I went to a venue in Dallas with no AC and was moved by music. For me, a Maggie Rose's concert is an experience far beyond simply enjoying music; in every show, she plays anthems of my own awakening.
Austin, TX@
Paramount Theatre
Rick
September 17th 2023
Maggie did a great job, the venue isn't set up very well for this kind of event, but it was good . I'll go back.
Cape Girardeau, MO@
Scout Hall
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About Maggie Rose

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Maggie Rose has shared her empowering new single, “Underestimate Me.” The galvanizing anthem, delivered with an assured confidence, is the launching pad for an exciting new chapter in Maggie’s musical journey, and her first release with her new label partner, independent powerhouse Big Loud. Maggie has been hailed for her passionate individualism and influences spanning rock, soul, Americana, folk and funk. Her previous lauded studio albums were embraced by the likes of Rolling Stone who declared she’s a “star” and NPR Music who called her a “multi-genre powerhouse,” among others. A respected fixture of the Nashville community (she was recently elected Governor of the Recording Academy’s Nashville Chapter and has played the iconic Grand Ole Opry almost 100 times), she has carved out a unique path for herself, refusing to be pigeonholed in any one genre. Maggie comfortably straddles different worlds as evidenced by her dynamic performances at such varied festivals as Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, and Newport Folk Fest. A true road warrior, she has shared the stage with an impressive array of artists including Kelly Clarkson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Heart, Joan Jett, Eric Church, Gov’t Mule, The Mavericks, Fitz & The Tantrums, and The Revivalists to name a few. Rose is readying some of her most powerful music to date coming soon.
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Genres:
Jam Rock, R&b, Soul, Americana, Funk, Rock, Country
Hometown:
East Nashville, Tennessee

Latest Posts

Maggie Rose
a month ago
Tickets for the first leg of the NO ONE GETS OUT ALIVE TOUR 2024 are on sale TODAY at 10 AM local time! Get yours at http://maggierosemusic.com/shows 🚌🥀
View More Posts

Live Photos of Maggie Rose

Maggie Rose at Birmingham, AL in Workplay 2024
View All Photos
Maggie Rose's tour

Fan Reviews

Angela
February 16th 2024
The energy the vocals and talent of the entire band is a show you do not want to miss! Maggie Rose is out of this world!
Birmingham, AL@
Workplay
Justin
November 4th 2023
Following a musical artist from city to city may seem a tad extreme, perhaps even obsessive. Yet, here I am, ticket in hand, gearing up to experience Maggie Rose live for the third time in as many days, this stint taking me from Dallas to Austin in her Theatre Tour with St. Paul & The Broken Bones. To the uninitiated, this pilgrimage could appear irrational, but for me, it's a spiritual mandate—a need to resonate with melodies that echo life's highest highs and most formidable lows. To really understand the absurdity of this devotion seeing Maggie Rose live, I must revisit the revival I experienced in that first concert and the magnetic pull to her subsequent shows. It is a reflection of how Maggie Rose became a vessel of reawakening and a constant in my mission to live a life of passion. The lead-up to my inaugural Maggie Rose concert was a microcosm of life’s unpredictable symphony. The year 2019 saw the finale of a tumultuous relationship, and just as the dust began to settle, 2020 unleashed a global pause, suspending concerts, career moves, and the natural cadence of human connection. By 2021, I found myself in an emotional quagmire, struggling to resurface. That first show at Club Dada in Dallas was a solo venture, and I barely knew who Maggie Rose was. With such an inertia of isolation it was an effort just to convince myself to get out of the house and go to the venue. Club Dada is small and intimate, and was suffering from a broken AC that hot August night. The place was sweltering. But the Texas heat would be nothing compared to the fire Maggie ignited within the crowd—and within me. The performance was like her wake-up call, revealing all the passion that the world had tucked away and the excitement that had slipped into hibernation. Maggie dominated the stage, her voice reaching out to every corner, turning the whole place into a buzzing hive of music and energy. She sang with the kind of confidence that drew everyone in, making us feel each word she sang. With every song, it felt like she was telling us it was okay to let go and get lost in the music. That stage was her world, and with every note, she invited us to make it ours too. As the music played, something in me emerged. It was as if I had been sleeping and didn’t even know it. The beats were like a hammer, her voice like a mighty swing, breaking through a wall I didn’t know I had built around myself. I found something I didn’t realize I’d lost— passion; a joy in just being alive and sharing the living with others. On the drive home that night, with the echo of the music in my ears, I made a silent promise to myself: “Keep that passion alive, Justin, never forget how low the bottom is without it.” It was more than a good night—it was a turning point, where I found my way back to feeling bright and alive. Every concert that followed my initial encounter with Maggie Rose transcended the idea of merely watching an artist perform again. These events are sacred gatherings, rituals where I pay tribute. Each time I step into a new space, from the vibrant scenes in city squares, to the storied walls of historic theatres, it is more than just another stop on a tour. In each show, Maggie's voice is an unwavering constant and her power to move her audience in each venue seemed to echo the steadfastness of her artistry. As my own spirit is in flux, growing and shifting within the passing of time and daily life, her shows serve as reminders of the deep-seated promise I made to myself to live above the emotional trenches I once occupied. In the communal euphoria of each gathering, there is an undercurrent of homage — an acknowledgment of the past and a celebration of the ongoing transformation ignited by the embers at that first show. So, as I when my cousin and her boyfriend, whom I’m evangelically bringing to tonight’s show, ask why I’m going to Maggie Rose concert three nights in a row, my answer is: it's about being saved, in a way, because I went to a venue in Dallas with no AC and was moved by music. For me, a Maggie Rose's concert is an experience far beyond simply enjoying music; in every show, she plays anthems of my own awakening.
Austin, TX@
Paramount Theatre
Rick
September 17th 2023
Maggie did a great job, the venue isn't set up very well for this kind of event, but it was good . I'll go back.
Cape Girardeau, MO@
Scout Hall
View More Fan Reviews

About Maggie Rose

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Maggie Rose has shared her empowering new single, “Underestimate Me.” The galvanizing anthem, delivered with an assured confidence, is the launching pad for an exciting new chapter in Maggie’s musical journey, and her first release with her new label partner, independent powerhouse Big Loud. Maggie has been hailed for her passionate individualism and influences spanning rock, soul, Americana, folk and funk. Her previous lauded studio albums were embraced by the likes of Rolling Stone who declared she’s a “star” and NPR Music who called her a “multi-genre powerhouse,” among others. A respected fixture of the Nashville community (she was recently elected Governor of the Recording Academy’s Nashville Chapter and has played the iconic Grand Ole Opry almost 100 times), she has carved out a unique path for herself, refusing to be pigeonholed in any one genre. Maggie comfortably straddles different worlds as evidenced by her dynamic performances at such varied festivals as Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, and Newport Folk Fest. A true road warrior, she has shared the stage with an impressive array of artists including Kelly Clarkson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Heart, Joan Jett, Eric Church, Gov’t Mule, The Mavericks, Fitz & The Tantrums, and The Revivalists to name a few. Rose is readying some of her most powerful music to date coming soon.
Show More
Genres:
Jam Rock, R&b, Soul, Americana, Funk, Rock, Country
Hometown:
East Nashville, Tennessee

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