Nashville-based singer/songwriter Maggie Rose -- hailed for her passionate individualism and influences spanning rock, soul, Americana, folk and funk --has signed with independent music powerhouse Big Loud Records. The partnership comes as Rose readies new music that perfectly aligns with the label’s recently announced mission to sign talent in alternative genres, including Americana, indie, folk, alt-country and more. Spearheading those efforts is VP of A&R Nate Yetton, alongside the existing Big Loud Records team, with Rose being among Yetton’s first new signings to their exciting new stable of artists.
Maggie Rose caught the ears of Yetton and Big Loud Records as she was putting finishing touches on new music to be announced soon. Though Rose is a respected fixture of the Nashville community (she was recently elected Governor of the Recording Academy’s Nashville Chapter and has played the iconic Grand Ole Opry almost 100 times), Big Loud embraced the unique path she has carved out for herself. Refusing to be pigeonholed in any one genre, Maggie comfortably straddles different worlds as evidenced by her dynamic performances at such varied festivals as Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo, and Newport Folk Fest.
Maggie explains, “Big Loud dove in headfirst and defied my preconceived notions of what I’d come to expect from a big label; they didn’t want me to change the music I was working on or ‘chase’ the trends. They understood the vision and believed in me from the outset. I’m so excited for this new chapter.”
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