Maggie Rose EP ‘Dreams > Dollars’ Out Today

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Maggie Rose’s EP ‘Dreams > Dollars’ is available today. Fueled by love and loss and her own personal experiences with the two, Maggie penned and co-produced the five-song EP, showcasing her evolution into “one of country’s rising storytellers” (Washington Post). The EP — currently sitting Top 10 on iTunes’ Country Albums chart — is available here: hyperurl.co/MaggieRoseEP

Praised as “what’s next in Nashville” (NPR), Maggie Rose is an artist know for creating without reservations, without regrets and always blurring the lines between genres.The provocative lead-off single “Body On Fire” has already dominated streaming platforms, landing Maggie as the only female Country artist in Spotify’s Viral 50 chart upon premiere. The track debuted via Spotlfy’s New Music Friday (5.5) with immediate adds to the platform’s Wild Country and Weekly Buzz playlists. In addition, the song has been featured on SiriusXM’s “On the Horizon”, Pandora’s New Country playlist and Apple Music’s Breaking Country and Hot Tracks, where it currently sits at #19.

The song empowers women to embrace their bodies and their sexuality. Maggie’s sultry vocals reach a lust-filled crescendo, setting free the yearning urgency of requited love. Listen/share here: spoti.fi/2p4hbpL

In addition to releasing new music, Maggie is currently on the road as direct-support for Hunter Hayes and is slated to play prominent festivals — including Country 500 and CMA Fest — before joining Tim McGraw & Faith Hill’s Soul2Soul tour this Summer.

For tickets and more information, please visit: iammaggierose.com

‘Dreams > Dollars’ Track List:

Producers: Maggie Rose, Jimmy Robbins

1. Too Many Loves Songs (Nicolle Clawson/Jimmy Robbins/Maggie Rose)

2. Body On Fire (Maggie Rose/Chad Carolson)

3. More Dreams Than Dollars (Nicolle Clawson/Jimmy Robbins/Maggie Rose)

4. I Won’t (Larry Florman/Alex Haddad/Maggie Rose)

5. We’ll Grow Out of It (Alex Kline/Maggie Rose/Jason Saenz)

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