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MAGGIE ROSE: No One Gets Out Alive Tour with Fancy Hagood

May 26 @ 7:30 pm


Sun. May 26: MAGGIE ROSE: No One Gets Out Alive Tour with Fancy Hagood  -7:30pm-  $29.50

March 22, 2024 — Maggie Rose, who Rolling Stone called a “powerful and versatile vocalist,” has shared her galvanizing new single, “Fake Flowers” out today listen HERE.   Fake Flowers” is the third new track to be released from her forthcoming studio album, No One Gets Out Alive, available April 5th on Big Loud Records, her first project for the independent powerhouse. Pre-order the album HERE.

Written by Maggie and the heavyweight duo of Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony (Rihanna, Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus), the rousing “Fake Flowers” is a highlight on the new album as well as Maggie’s live shows. Amid the swirl of a gospel laced B3 organ and crisp electric guitars, Rose comes on like a full-throated blues titan. It’s a powerful star turn– each line sung uniquely and with extraordinary assurance– that brings the house down.

Maggie comments, “On this song, I let myself be angry. That was liberating. I wasn’t softening the edges of my feelings for anyone or worrying about how it would land. The lyrics have some piss and vinegar and women aren’t always encouraged to put that on full display. But I didn’t want to conform to that, anger has its time and place and you can’t let it go if you keep suppressing it. I wrote it with Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly, who are spectacular artists and songwriters. They helped me dig in deep…I think that range of emotion in the song is one of the reasons it has been going over so well in the live setting; people like to see someone let it all out.”

The captivating music video for “Fake Flowers” also dropped today watch it HERE. Directed by Nicki Fletcher and Mason Allen, the clip amplifies the track’s impactful essence with a visually stunning story unfolding around Maggie.

With No One Gets Out Alive, Maggie has made a knockout, career game-changer of a record, filled with deeply intimate, relatable songs. A master class in contemporary pop craftsmanship, the music hearkens back to the golden days of early ‘70s Laurel Canyon, with Maggie’s big, soulful voice taking center stage.   Check out the epic title track “No One Gets Out Alive,” the melodically intense “Mad Love” with guest vocals from John Paul White (Civil Wars), and the empowering anthem “Underestimate Me.”

In addition to Kelly & Harmony, Maggie’s songwriting collaborators include Natalie Hemby (The Highwomen), Pat McLaughlin (John Prine), Henry Brill (Joy Oladokun) and more.  The all-star cast of players include members of Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit (guitarist Sadler Vaden and drummer Chad Gamble), keyboardist Peter Levin (Amanda Shires, Gregg Allman), bassist Zac Cockrell (Alabama Shakes) and keyboardist Kaitlyn Connor and guitarist Kyle Lewis from Maggie’s own band.  The album was produced by GRAMMY-Award winner Ben Tanner, who mixed the album with GRAMMY-nominated Bobby Holland (audio engineer). Conductor Don Hart (Phish, Lyle Lovett) oversaw the arrangements and composed lush strings that lend a widescreen, cinematic grandeur.

A respected fixture of the Nashville community, Maggie has played the iconic Grand Ole Opry over 100 times and marquee festivals including Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, and Newport Folk Fest. A true road warrior, she has shared the stage with the likes of Kelly Clarkson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Heart, Joan Jett, Eric Church, Gov’t Mule, The Mavericks, Fitz & The Tantrums, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and The Revivalists to name a few   Catch Maggie on the road this spring in support of the album, with the tour kicking off in St. Louis, MO on April 19th.


May 26
7:30 pm


The Birchmere Music Hall
3701 Mount Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22305 United States
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