Tour Dates Announced and New Single, Shiver Released.

<Updated> More new music and additional tour dates for this up and coming artist.

Check out Maggie’s newest single “WHATDOISAY?” out now. It’s a a hard hitting pop-infused track that perfectly captures a heavy mind on the move, contemplating everything at once, looking for the answers.

Newcomer Maggie Miles shares new tour dates today, kicking off 2020 with a slew of performances across the East Coast in advance of her debut full-length album coming later this spring.

Maggie, a witty 20-year-old alt-pop artist originally from the Western Hills of Northern Virginia, recently moved to Nashville to pursue music full time. She’s been making waves with her latest single “Shiver” and has been featured on Billboard and American Songwriter. Catch her next month and March in New York, DC, Annapolis, Nashville, Atlanta, Austin and more!

Feb 10 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
Feb 12 – Vienna, VA – Jammin Java
Feb 13 – Washington, DC – Pearl Street Warehouse
Feb 15 – Annapolis, MD – Rams Head
Feb 20 – Nashville, TN – High Watt
Feb 27 – Nashville, TN – Whiskey Jam
Mar 19 – Bowling Green, KY – Tidball’s
Mar 20 – Atlanta, GA – Eddie’s Attic
Mar 27 – Austin, TX – Mohawk


April 16 – Dallas TX – The Rustic
April 18 – Houston TX – The Rustic
Apr 30 – New York, NY – The Bowery Electric
May 30 – Washington DC – Pearl Street Warehouse

Much like her peers Maggie Rogers and Billie Eilish, she exudes authenticity which the modern generation is desperately craving. Originally from the Western Hills of Northern Virginia, she recently moved to Nashville to pursue music full time. Maggie grew up on the soulful vocals of vintage artists like Stevie Nicks and Ann Wilson, but has found 90s grunge to be a major source of inspiration as of late. She meshes all of her influences together with pounding, anthemic instrumentals to create a sound that’s all her own. In her music, Maggie addresses the conflicts of life through sharp-hitting lyrics textured in alternative rhythms with pop sensibilities that paint a compelling picture of our imperfect existence. The contrast of her jangly sounds and perceptive lyrics are a result of her commitment to connectivity through the honest expression of the human condition. She explains, “I make music for the utter reason alone that I need to create something for myself that makes sense, when nothing else around me does.

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