Maggie Rose Releases Highly Anticipated Album, “Change The Whole Thing”, September 21

Exceptionally versatile singer-songwriter Maggie Rose will release 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 powerhouse vocalist recorded the songs for her forthcoming project live in one take with her 13-piece “family band.” The full length LP will feature 12 songs, 12 live music videos and a 60-minute documentary on the making of the album.

“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 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” states Rolling Stone.

Rose is currently on the road on her headlining “Change The Whole Thing” Tour across the country. See the full list of dates  here:

Sept. 19 – Hollywood, CA @ Hotel Café
Sept. 20 – Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield Trading Post
Sept. 23 – Novato, CA @ Sweetwater in the Sun Festival
Sept. 26 – Nashville, TN @ Basement East
Sept. 27 – Atlanta, GA @ Smith’s Olde Bar
Nov. 13 – New York, NY @ Rockwood Music Hall
Nov. 15 – Lynchburg, VA @ Phase 2
Nov. 16 — Vienna, VA @ The Barns at Wolf Trap
Nov. 17 – Annapolis, MD @ Rams Head On Stage
Dec. 1– Virginia Beach, VA @ Sandler Center for the Performing Arts
Dec. 6 – Dallas, TX @ Sundown at Granada
Dec. 7– Houston, TX @ The Greenroom at Warehouse Live

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Maggie Rose, visit her website and follow her on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


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