From the front of the stage to the back of the couple hundred feet deep lawn, Maggie Rogers lures you in with her hypnotic beats and earth-shattering vocals.
Streaming Maggie Rogers is one thing, but hearing the artist live puts you on a whole other astral plane. Full of bone-tingling notes and magical harmonies, Maggie Rogers bounded around the stage at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, Tennessee. Roger's packed the venue, everyone eager to escape into the euphoric realm of Maggie Rogers' voice. Add the fact of getting to hear her magnetic voice singing “Fallingwater” all while lounging on the lawn gazing at the stars, talk about top three best live music experiences ever.
Plucked from an NYU master class in 2016 led by Pharrell Williams when Maggie played Alaska for the producer. This moment is ingrained in time when it was posted to YouTube, following the video. Maggie Roger quickly gained a following for her music and landed her widespread recognition. In January 2019, Rogers released her first album studio album Heard It In a Past Life, which received critical acclaim and earned the artist a nomination at the 2020 Grammys for Best New Artist.
In September 2021, Maggie Rogers began studying at the Harvard School of Divinity, where she earned her master’s. Rogers stated in a Tweet in 2021 that she was “studying the spirituality of public gatherings and the ethics of power in pop culture." Maggie’s second studio album, Surrender which was released in 2022 was a component of her masters’ thesis. Understanding Maggie’s background makes her live shows stand out, she understands the intricacies of public gatherings and how music can unite and connect a group of strangers spread across a lawn. You can feel Maggie’s music reverberate through your soul. Maggie Rogers concerts are full-body transformative experiences. From the front of the stage to the back of the couple hundred feet deep lawn, Maggie Rogers lures you in with her hypnotic beats and earth-shattering vocals. Rogers stated recently that she has already begun work on her third studio album, Maggie Rogers is a voice and talent of a generation, and I simply cannot wait to hear what she has in store.
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