Maggie Rose

Devon Allman and Maggie Rose got an inside look at the new Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF) housed inside the Boch Center Wang Theatre in Boston. The pair were in town to perform as part of the Allman Family Revival concert across the street at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre.  Maggie and Devon got to take a look at Boston’s legendary musical past and even rocked out, performing ‘These Days’ in front of the larger-than-life mural of Gregg Allman in the Life in Six Strings guitar exhibit.

The inaugural Sacred Rose Fest is less than 2 weeks away. For the first time ever there will be a weekend full of music as diverse as the Grateful Dead in its current form. Phil Lesh playing with Nels Cline and Jeff Tweedy as well as Karl Denson, Stu Allen, Grahame Lesh, Jeff Chimenti, and Elliott Peck all in one headlining slot!?! Khruangbin, JRAD, Umphrey’s McGee, Disco Biscuits, Lotus, Elliott Peck’s Midnight North, Holly Bowling, and the Gone Gone Beyond are kicking it all off?!? The list is exciting and inviting.

The Peach Music Festival casually moved into day four, with the Black Crowes and The Word headlining this final day. Clear skies allowed the music to rage with out a hitch. Many folks left early today, and the crowd density was much less.

Pulling into Summer Camp for my first time I couldn’t help but feel a bit apprehensive. Everything I’ve read or seen on the web says “It’s an amazing fest… as long as it doesn’t rain“ Yet, here I was, pulling up to the gate on Friday morning after 3 solid days of precipitation. Stepping out of my jeep into the parking lot I immediately sunk into the mud up to my ankles and thought to myself “Welp, I guess it’s time to get dirty!” 

To trace the lineage of numerous popular American genres, one only has to turn to the musical history of Chicago and absorb the city’s legacy as a cultural hub of jazz, blues, and rock n’ roll. Now, in honor of The Windy City’s rich background for diverse artistic innovation comes a first-of-its-kind music festival: SACRED ROSE.

Suwannee Rising Music Festival has released the artist lineup for the 2022 edition of the festival, returning for its third year to its home at the beautiful Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Florida on April 7-9, 2022. Suwannee Rising will offer a wide-reaching mix of nearly 30 live artists on two stages for a three-day weekend filled with jam, funk, jazz, soul, rock, blues music, and more.

Osiris Media, the leading storyteller in music, today announced the premiere of SUGAR MAPLE, the studio’s first fiction podcast. Starring Fred Savage, and featuring a soundtrack of 16 original songs, Sugar Maple will premiere on Tuesday, March 15. This eight-episode season will run every Tuesday from March 15 through May 3.

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:

On December 31, the Nashville-based rock and soul powerhouse singer Maggie Rose will close out 2021 at Delmar Hall with an evening full of music featuring Them Vibes and Dylan Hartigan.

Today, the Nashville-based rock and soul singer-songwriter Maggie Rose shares “Are We There Yet,” the newest single from her upcoming album, Have A Seat, following the releases of the songs “Do It,” “What Are We Fighting For,” “For Your Consideration,” and “Saint." Have A Seat is due out on August 20 via Starstruck

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