Today, Rolling Stone Country shared their highly anticipated top albums of the year list naming Maggie Rose among the top 25 of the year alongside artists like Morgan Wade, Eric Church, Sturgill Simpson, Brandi Carlile, and Kacey Musgraves saying:
"For Have a Seat, her first album since tearing up the country music script in 2018 and throwing herself into the spontaneity of jam-rock, Maggie Rose put Nashville even further in the rearview, decamping to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to record at FAME Studios. The result is a living, breathing album that oozes soul. Nothing is sterilized here: the vocalist and band Them Vibes cut live on the floor, making R&B numbers like “Telephone” and “Best in Me” sound particularly loose. On “What Makes You Tick,” she enlists Marcus King to play Duane Allman to her Aretha. High praise, sure, but it’s as good as any guitarist-belter collab you’ll hear this year."