Maggie Rose Performed “It’s You” On NBC’s Today Show

Powerhouse vocalist/songwriter Maggie Rose made her national TV debut on NBC’s TODAY Show this morning. Rose talked with TODAY Show hosts Al Roker, Dylan Dreyer and Craig Melvin, and gave a powerful performance of ballad “It’s You” off her critically-acclaimed live album, Change The Whole Thing. Earlier in the week, Rose also stopped by Paste Magazine‘s New York office, for an in-studio performance with her eight-piece band, which was live streamed and featured via YouTube. Rose was on the East Coast ahead of press visits, as direct support, opening select tour stops with Kelly Clarkson.

View Rose’s TODAY Show debut, here:

View the full-length Paste studio sessions here:

During an in-depth interview with, she shared, “When Kelly invited me out on tour with her, I knew this was an opportunity I could not pass up” says Rose. “I really had nothing to lose and everything to gain. To give someone like me 45 minutes in front of the fans — there is nothing like it. The way that she treats people like me makes me want to extend that same courtesy to someone else.”

She added, “Throughout my career, I have spent much time thinking about the best way to get my music and my message across, so to be able to reach people in their homes through this performance [Today Show] has me psyched,” says Rose.

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Change The Whole Thing was featured in Rolling Stone’s Best Country/Americana albums of 2018 and is Maggie’s most authentic album to date, capturing the essence of her powerful live performances. Rose recently released collaboration track “Right On,” a 70’s-inspired song that was co-written by Alex Haddad, Brother Love, and Kyle Lewis of Maggie’s touring band, Them Vibes. Rose is currently touring nationwide on her headlining ‘Change The Whole Thing’ tour with Them Vibes as direct support. For more information on Maggie’s ‘Change The Whole Thing’ tour and upcoming dates, visit

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