Maggie Rose Celebrates Nashville Charity Thistle Farms


Maggie Rose has teamed to support Nashville non-profit Thistle Farms this holiday season. Thistle Farms is a community of female survivors healing from anything from prostitution, abuse or addiction. Through a series of social enterprises, Thistle Farms provides housing, jobs, food, healthcare, therapy and education to help restore these women’s lives.

Rose’s song “Love Me More” ties in well to Thistle Farms’ themes of self-acceptance.

“I am overwhelmed by the response to ‘Love Me More,’ particularly in how it resonates with the female audience,” says Maggie. “The message is about self acceptance, putting yourself first, refusing to underestimate your value and identifying the relationships and situations that might make you do so. In the most bleak situations, the inspiring women at Thistle Farms have pulled themselves up and together they spread the message that Love Heals. It is an honor to lend my song to their cause.”

Hal Cato, Thistle Farms CEO adds, “Maggie Rose’s themes of self-respect and honesty resonate deeply with the women of Thistle Farms. We are grateful for her message of empowerment for woman and are thankful to Maggie for helping us carry the message of Love Heals to a wider audience. Her show in December at Thistle Stop Cafe, will be a celebration of the universal themes that connect us all. We are looking forward to entering the holidays with a joined message of hope and love.”

A series of ads will run in and around Nashville through the end of the year, featuring Maggie performing at a piano in the Thistle Stop Cafe, where she will host a free show on Tues., Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.


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