love for maggie rogers

Maggie Rogers is a phenomenal performer, singer and songwriter. Her passion for music and her live performances give me life. It’s a renewal. She woke me up from the slumber of the droning hum of what I used to consider current music. She has changed what I identify as music, its culture and a new definition of love for it. I think we all feel it. That change of sound, the openness of originality and creativity; not just from her, but from a couple of contemporary artists today. I truly feel grateful.

As I wrestle with my current writer’s block on my other posts, I thought to share my love for Maggie’s music and why. She’s infectious. She takes the energy she feels and illuminates it; pours it out of her being. You can see and feel the warmth when her music is being played. I feel like she got it. This genius honesty and gratitude. She’s not in-between or waiting. She’s here and she’s ready and she’s got it. Here’s her performance from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She doesn’t make life seem exciting. She is life.

Oh and forgot to share this video, as well. I love this video so much. I’m a sucker for those one-shot productions. Their impressive and raw.

5 thoughts on “love for maggie rogers

  1. Beautiful 💖 it’s an amazing feeling when you get swept away by an emotion and let it move you to create something beautiful that others can be swept into the power, message, and beauty of that feeling as they share in your work, whether it’s a song, drawing, poem, etc. 😊

  2. Absolutely, it’s so easy as the creator behind the message to forget about the moving experience they can provide for someone, then when you see through that perspective it comes full circle. 😊❤️

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