Big Loud Records has signed singer-songwriter Maggie Rose.
The signing comes as the multi-genre artist preps to release new music that aligns with the label’s mission to expand their roster with talent in alternative genres such as Americana, indie, folk, alt-country and more. Big Loud Record’s VP of A&R Nate Yetton is leading the mission with support from the label team. Rose marks his first signing to the exciting new group of creators.
It was Rose’s soon-to-be-announced work that caught Yetton and Big Loud Records’ attention. Refusing to be defined by any one genre, she comfortably straddles different musical spaces and Big Loud has embraced the unique path Rose has paved for herself.
“Maggie is a world-class vocalist, performer, and songwriter,” says Yetton. “Earlier this year I was privileged enough to hear her new, unreleased album, and after one listen through, I knew that we had to find a way to partner with her and release this body of work via Big Loud Records. I truly believe it is her best, most undeniably authentic, compelling and complete work to date. This is the kind of art that transcends genre and will be playing at dinner parties and on stages across the globe for decades to come.”
“When I heard some of Maggie’s upcoming new music, I just loved the sound of it. The songs are something entirely their own; her voice speaks for itself. Happy that Big Loud is putting this music out and helping Maggie tell her story,” adds Joey Moi, Big Loud Partner/Producer/President of A&R.
Rose is already well-respected within Music City, as she was recently elected Governor of the Recording Academy’s Nashville Chapter and has played the Grand Ole Opry almost 100 times. She has shared stages with Eric Church, Kelly Clarkson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Heart, Joan Jett, Gov’t Mule, The Mavericks, Fitz And The Tantrums, The Revivalists and more at various shows. She felt the time was right to join forces with the Big Loud Records team for this next chapter.
“Big Loud dove in headfirst and defied my preconceived notions of what I’d come to expect from a big label,” she explains. “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.”
Additionally, Rose is set to embark on a nationwide theatre tour with St. Paul & The Broken Bones.
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