Maggie Rose Debuts New Music From Upcoming Album [Listen]

Maggie Rose Debuts New Music From Upcoming Album [Listen]

Currently on the road with Martina McBride and Lauren Alaina as part of CMT’s Next Women of Country Tour, Maggie Rose made a stop in Nashville Wednesday night (March 1) to debut some new music from her upcoming album.

Arguably one of the most powerful, soulful vocalists in music and not one to conform to any genre, Maggie crosses the lines between country, pop and rock. Working to create her spot, the Maryland native has released a full-length album, Cut To Impress, and two EP’s, Maybe Tonight and 2016’s The Variety Show – Vol.1.

With a new album in the works, Maggie was excited to share her new music with fans via a Facebook Live performance held at Aurora Studios in Nashville. The singer revealed two new songs, “Too Many Love Songs” and “We’ll Grow Out of It,” to be included on the new album.

“2016 was an interesting year. It wasn’t my favorite year, but it was a year of tremendous growth, I think, for myself and a lot of people. I wrote this song with that in mind,” Maggie said before launching into “We’ll Grow Out Of It.”

Listen to Maggie’s performance and check out her tour dates below.

Maggie Rose Tour Dates:
Mar. 2 / Durham, N.C. / Durham Performing Arts Center *
Mar. 3 /  Glenside, Pa. / Keswick Theatre
Mar. 4 / Lancaster, Pa. / American Music Theatre *
Mar. 9 /  New York / PlayStation Theatre *
Mar. 10 /  Lowell, Mass. / Lowell Memorial Auditorium*
Mar. 11 / Wilkes-Barre, Pa. / Kirby Center *
Apr. 27 / North Myrtle Beach, S.C. / House of Blues +
Apr. 28 / Raleigh, N.C. / The Ritz +
May 5 / Las Vegas / Stoney’s Rockin’ Country
May 6 / Laughlin, Nev. / Pioneer Hotel & Casino
May 11 / Springfield, Ill. / Boondocks +
May 12 / Milwuakee, Wis. / The Rave +
May 13 / Rosemont, Ill. / Joe’s Live +
May 19 / Decatur, Ga. / Eddie’s Attic
May 20 /  Panama City Beach, Fla. / Jeep Beach Jam @ Frank Brown Park
May 28 / Daytona Beach, Fla. / Country 500 @ Daytona International Speedway /
Aug. 17 / Cleveland, OH / Quicken Loans Arena %
Aug. 18 / Philadelphia / Wells Fargo Center %
Aug. 20 / Dewey Beach, Del. / Rusty Rudder

*denotes CMT Next Women of Country dates w. Martina McBride + Lauren Alaina
+denotes dates w. Hunter Hayes
%denotes dates w. Tim McGraw + Faith HIll’s Soul2Soul Tour

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Maggie Rose will drop her new album, Change the Whole Thing, on Sept. 21, with upcoming tour stops in Nashville (Sept. 26) and Atlanta (Sept. 27).