Do you want to see a superb Maggie Rogers live performance?
If so, you must catch Maggie Rogers live on Austin City Limits. A performance that was taped in June in front of an audience that seemed genuinely shocked at how energetic and charismatic she is on stage.
A performance the 25-year-old singer has now enabled fans to see, or at least part of it, with the upload of three videos from that June taping on her YouTube channel yesterday.
The songs Rogers uploaded were her hit single ‘Leave The Light On‘, which is even more poignant and touching when sung live, the very jazz-sounding ‘The Knife‘ and ‘Fallingwater‘. (Watch in the videos below).
The tracks are from Rogers’ debut album Heard It In a Past Life. The album was released in January this year via Capitol Records, and was a massive hit for the singer debuting at number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart in the U.S. as it did, and charting in eight other countries including the UK.
Watch the three songs from Maggie Rogers live on Austin City Limits in the videos below. And notice just how casual and relaxed she seems to be on stage, while still managing to produce gorgeous vocals many other singers would kill to be able to produce live.
And, if you are in Austin, Texas Rogers will be performing at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater on October 19th and 20th. Sadly, though, if you don’t already have tickets, you’re out of luck.
Those shows sold out minutes after tickets went on sale.
Maggie Rogers has a couple more concerts coming up in Florida and Georgia, however, where there are still a few tickets available. You can grab those via the singer’s website.
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