Maggie Rogers agaist a pale backdrop, wearing purple and white flowers

Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers writes songs that fuse genres to create her unique sound.

Pharrell Williams has described the music of Maggie Rogers as “singular,” saying, that "it can’t be compared to anything else." After hearing Maggie’s song, “Alaska” he said, “I feel like — your whole story, I can hear it in your music.”

Maggie’s path started with playing classical music on the harp in school on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. In junior high she discovered the Black Eyed Peas and Gwen Stefani, and in high school she discovered folk music, even learning to play the banjo. After winning a song-writing contest at a Berklee College of Music summer program, she focused her career on writing music.

And that music is singular, with elements of folk, alt-rock, and some snappy dance rhythms. Her songs do tell her story, but in a way that allows everyone to see their own stories, of love, loss, enlightenment, and anger or disappointment. In one interview Maggie said that, “Being on tour, my life has been changed by people I’ll never meet. The faces behind the computer screens — they have let me do what I love.”

And while it’s difficult to choose a genre when describing Maggie Rogers, a number of her songs have reached the top 20 in “Alternative Adult Airplay” and in “Hot Rock and Alternative Songs.”

She has released two studio albums, Heard it in a Past Life in 2019 and Surrender in 2022. In 2018 she opened for both Haim and Mumford and Sons; in 2019 she opened for Kacey Musgraves, and headlined a world tour, Heard it in a Past Life. Doing what she loves will take Maggie on a tour through Europe in the summer of 2023, before coming back to the states to play at Red Rocks, the Hollywood Bowl, Sing Out Loud, and the Austin City Limits Music Festival.

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