Nashville-based rock and soul singer-songwriter Maggie Rose releases the gospel-power of new song “Saint” from her forthcoming album, Have A Seat. “Saint” unfolds slowly as a delicate refusal to succumb to the expectations of others and ends in a giant choir-swaying groove as Rose belts “I’m not a saint” to the waves and swells of a fading Hammond B-3 and string section.
On April 28, Nashville-based rock and soul singer Maggie Rose will bring her acclaimed podcast, Salute The Songbird, to City Winery for a live episode entitled "Salute the Songbirds." The evening will feature in the round performances as well as candid in-depth discussions with Rose and her guests, all of whom appeared in season one of
Nashville-based rock and soul singer-songwriter Maggie Rose is unveiling a trilogy of music videos to be released accompanying her forthcoming album Have A Seat, due out on August 20 via Starstruck Records. The first clip is for the gospel-charged single, “What Are We Fighting For” which was produced by Jared Rauso/Bolo Brothers and directed by Ford Fairchild.
WATCH "WHAT ARE WE FIGHTING FOR"
The Go-Go's Kathy Valentine discusses being a pioneering woman in rock with Maggie Rose on podcast season finale
Osiris Media announces the release of the season finale of Salute the Songbird, a podcast hosted by rock and soul singer Maggie Rose. In this final episode of Season One, musician, songwriter and author Kathy Valentine joins Maggie to talk about growing up in Austin as the only child of a single mom, becoming the bassist for The Go-Go’s and the process of writing her memoir, All I Ever Wanted.