Maggie Rose - "Pull You Through" Watch and take a listen to one of two new songs recently released by Maggie Rose. "Pull You Through" is described as having a "throwback arrangement and production" and was recorded in just one take!
Maggie Rose - Change The Whole Thing Documentary (Official Trailer) Maggie Rose's new album Change The Whole Thing features a dozen live in-studio videos and a behind-the-scenes musical documentary on the making of the album. Watch and take a listen to the official trailer to the album, which is available September 21.
Opry Full Circle with Maggie Rose Backstage at the Opry, Maggie Rose recounts the night she had to ditch her cab driver and run to the Opry to make her stage time. She also talks about a song she wrote for her dad and debuted on the Opry stage.
Exceptionally versatile singer-songwriter Maggie Rose released her highly anticipated album, Change The Whole Thing, September 21, 2018. Stamped with her affinity for finely crafted melodies and intricate storytelling, the project encompasses a blend of American music melding Rock, Soul, Rhythm and Blues, Country and Gospel.
The resilient powerhouse recorded this album at the famed Starstruck Studios in Nashville, TN implementing an impressively demanding method highlighting an artist in complete command of her ever-evolving creative process: live with her 13-piece “family band” in one take, no overdubs, no bullshit and a sound that is best described by the following quote from Rolling Stone:
“Maggie Rose has come into her own with this current earth-conscious, trippy country-soul stage of her ever-evolving musical persona...Rose’s performances [during CMA Fest and Bonnaroo] showed her embracing her inner soul diva, belting with fire on ‘It's You’ and the pulverizing ‘Pull You Through.’ Just to drive the point home, Rose and her band even stretched out on a swinging cover of ‘The Letter,’ doing a more-than-respectable impression of the funky Mad Dogs & Englishmen arrangement originally sung by Joe Cocker.”
Leading to the Fall album launch, Rose incrementally released four Digital 45s from her forthcoming project beginning in October 2017 to both satisfy and build the anticipation of her growing fanbase. The initial 45 earned her a spot in the Top 10 on Sirius XM with the “smoldering” A-side, “Pull You Through.” The “pulverizing” single was hailed by Rolling Stone as a “soulful ballad that rejoices in the healing powers of love...a bare-bones track [that is] really a showcase for the Dusty Springfield-worthy vocals of Rose…”.
In Spring of 2018, Maggie released "It's You" and "Smooth." Rolling Stone once again praised Maggie Rose with "It's You" as “a giant, throwback Soul ballad that shows off her dynamic vocals [containing] shades of Aretha Franklin,” and also praised "Smooth" as "a supremely funky rocker with hints of Grace Potter [and] Janis Joplin".
The enthusiasm surrounding each Digital 45 release has continually increased the appetite of her fans while relentlessly expanding her following via radio, streaming platforms and through her captivating live performances. The full-length album will feature 12 songs, 12 live in-studio videos, with a full-access behind-the-scenes one-hour musical documentary which peels back the layers and allows the viewer an intimate look into the making of the album.
Rose has been named to YouTube’s Emerging Artist and Artist in Residence 2018 programs, and Pandora named her an Artist to Watch 2018. In June, Maggie’s creative breadth and versatility sparked the first-ever partnership between Prescription Songs and Sea Gayle Music, with the two companies signing a joint-venture publishing agreement with Rose. In July, she was tapped for an as-named synchronization deal that lends her voice to a national ad campaign focusing on Women’s Empowerment.
In 2018, Maggie Rose has played over 150 dates across the world including Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival and The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, while sharing the stage with artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Julia Michaels, Brandy Clark, and Bob Weir of Grateful Dead. Maggie has performed at the Grand Ole Opry more than 50 times.